Caerphilly firm Catnic, based on the Pontypandy Industrial Estate, has won a national marketing award.
The building products was one of five winners at the Canmol: Wales Marketing Awards, organised by the Chartered Institute of Marketing.
Barry Jenkins, marketing manager at Catnic, said: “Winning a Canmol Award is an excellent opportunity to showcase the success of our marketing campaign and to boost Catnic’s company profile.
“It is testament to the team that have worked hard to uphold the long tradition of marketing genius that has seen Catnic maintain the status of market leaders for more than 40 years.”
The company has also been chosen to represent Wales in the National Chartered Institute of Marketing Awards later this year.
The Canmol awards, which means to praise in Welsh, were created in 2008 to promote excellence in the marketing industry in Wales.
Jonathan Deacon, who is from the Newport Business School and is Chair of the Wales Board of The Institute, praised the success of the awards.
The chairman of panel of judges said: “Following the success of the first Canmol Awards, we had high expectations for Canmol 2009 and we were not disappointed.
“There was a tremendous buzz around the awards and an immense sense of pride from the 15 shortlisted companies. It was a very difficult task selecting the winners from a wealth of excellent campaigns, however five entries stood out in particular for their creative, innovative and strategic thinking, as well as their ability to achieve brilliant results often with reduced budgets.”
Catnic impressed the judges for the relaunch of its lintel range which resulted in a rise of customer enquiries.