Employees at Redruth-based seafood processor Falfish have been recognised for their long-term commitment to the company.
At an awards ceremony held last week, seven employees were honoured for dedicating more than 110 years of service between them to Falfish.
Four employees; commercial director Edward Polley, driver Jon Ponder, production operative Sharon Morris and production manager Kevin Webber received the 10-year awards and driver Colin Andrewartha was given the 15-year award.
Accounts manager Simon Chenoweth was rewarded for 25 years service, having joined the company in 1986, and the 30-year service awarded was given to fresh fish trading director Chris Southworth, who joined Falfish in 1981.
Falfish MD, Mark Greet, said: “We recognise that the successful growth of the company is dependent on the efforts of our employees in providing an excellent service to our customers.
“All of the staff honoured at the long term service awards have shown fantastic dedication and commitment and deserve to be recognised for that.”
Falfish is the largest seafood processor in the south west and employs 150 people at its seafood processing facilities in Redruth.