The Yorkshire County Cricket Club are delighted to announce that Parker Engineering have extended their partnership with the Club to include further branding at Emerald Headingley.

The deal, which will now run until the end of 2019, sees the Club continue to work with the strong Yorkshire brand that shares similar ‘Yorkshire’ values.

Parker Engineering are the UK’s leading independent industrial gearbox specialists. Based in Bradford and lead by power transmission experts, they are agents and distributors for all of the world’s leading industrial gearbox manufacturers.

They are able to design gearboxes into new applications & offer replacements for existing drives. Their client base covers the whole of the UK & Europe and they will be celebrating 25 years in business in the next year.

Simon Pixsley, Yorkshire CCC’s Head of Sales, said; “We are delighted that Parker Engineering have renewed and extended their contract for the remainder of 2018 and into 2019.

“In 2019 we have a very exciting year of cricket here at Emerald Headingley and to have the support of our local Yorkshire partners makes us extremely proud of what we are aiming to achieve.”

Parker Engineering’s Managing Director, Richard Parker, said; “As proud Yorkshiremen & women we are delighted to further enhance our investment with Yorkshire County Cricket Club with the addition of another advertising board, to continue our club partnership & sponsorship of Tim Bresnan & Jack Leaning.”

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