Prizes awarded at this year's Scottish Wholesale Achievers awards
The company, based in Hillington, Glasgow, picked up the Champion of Champions prize as well as awards for best wholesaler of delivered goods and for corporate responsibility.
JW Filshill supplies more than 160 KeyStore convenience stores across Scotland and the north of England.
Another Glasgow-based wholesaler, United Wholesale (Scotland), picked up awards for Best Cash-and-Carry for its depot at Queenslie and Best Retailer Development Programme.
Kate Salmon, executive director of the Edinburgh-based Scottish Wholesale Association, said: "The last 12 months have been tough for our industry but it comes as no surprise to see such high levels of innovation coming through from Scotland's wholesalers, with JW Filshill and United Wholesale (Scotland) very much leading the way."
Other awards given on the night include:
Best Foodservice Wholesaler, which went to 3663, part of Buckinghamshire-based BFS Group
Best Licensed Wholesaler Off-Trade,which went to CJ Lang & Son
Best Licensed Wholesaler On-Trade, which went to Sutherland Brothers
Corporate Responsibility Award, which went to JW Filshill
Best Marketing Initiative, which went to Forteith Foodservice
Employee of the Year, which went to Jamie Brodie, Booker Edinburgh A1.
AG Barr picked up three awards: Best Advertising Campaign, for its 'Phenomenal Summer' ads and Best Overall Service Award.
AG Barr's Steven McGarry was also named as Supplier Sales Executive of the Year.
Coca-Cola Enterprises was also recognised in the Project Scotland volunteer charity award.