Rawcliffe Bridge employee recognised for long service

Production operator, Geoff Ebbage, has been recognised for 35 years of service at our Rawcliffe Bridge site.

We celebrated Geoff’s long service on 22 July, whenhe was presented with a gift from the company and his colleagues, recognising his contribution to the business.

Geoff – from Moorends, near Doncaster - began working at Cepac in 1984 when he joined as a gluing machine operator. Throughout his career he has contributed to significant projects on a variety of printers and casemakers.

Commenting on the occasion, Geoff said: “My career at Cepac has now spanned four decades and I’ve had the privilege of working with a supportive and diverse team throughout that time. Many of my colleagues have now become lifelong friends.

“There have been many interesting times over my 35 years, none more so than seeing how the business is changing and developing for the future, with a strong level of recent investment to take the business to the next level. I’m excited to see what the future holds.”

Richard Moore, General Manager Cepac Rawcliffe added: “Geoff is a long standing and much valued member of our team and his 35 years of service are a tremendous achievement. We are very fortunate to have a group of exceptionally talented and skilled colleagues at Cepac who consistently go above and beyond to deliver the highest quality innovative products for our clients”.