Fairexx Logistics has entered the sports sponsorship market by partnering with the Ladies European Tour, which oversees more than 23 golf tournaments spanning 18 countries on four continents worldwide.
The sponsorship reinforces the Fairexx brand globally while providing the Ladies European Tour with haulage and shipping to its championships around the world.
Ladies European Tour CEO Ivan Khodabakhsh commented: “We were looking for a logistics partner that would deliver our specific transport needs and Fairexx fits that requirement perfectly. Our partnership will bring real business benefits to both of our international brands.”
Fairexx Logistics is recognised as a global specialist for haulage and shipping associated with events and exhibitions. The business operates across borders, working with people from around the world, supported by specialist multilingual teams. Based in Berlin, Amsterdam and Cologne, Fairexx is one of Europe’s most respected transport companies specialising in international shipping and freight.
Marco Junghans, CEO of Fairexx, said: “We are absolutely delighted to be joining the Ladies European Tour’s ever growing team. Fairexx considers the LET one of the foremost women’s sporting organisations on the global stage today. We are proud to be partnering with the Ladies European Tour, supporting their success by joining other high profile brands, which will enable the LET to develop their strategy further, bringing the best of women’s golf to a far reaching global audience.”
To bring this partnership to life, Fairexx will contribute to LET operations through its extensive international network and the company will benefit from significant visibility at the Ladies European Tour’s tournaments, supporting the tour’s vision and development activity to encourage more people to be inspired by sport.
Fairexx Logistics www.fairexx.com
Ladies European Tour www.ladieseuropeantour.com
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