The Yorkshire County Cricket Club is delighted to announce a five-year partnership with KrimpTerm.

KrimpTerm Ltd is a one-stop shop solution for all auto, electrical and industrial consumables. The company was formed by three friends, motivated by families with a view to become one of the largest distributors of consumables, servicing customers in UK, Europe and other parts of the world.

KrimpTerm Director’s Darshan Patel and Anand Shah said: “We are proud to have one of the most comprehensive range of products, supplying in Asia, North America, UK & Europe. Our 10-year journey has allowed us to recruit more than 120 people across the world and service more than 28,000 customers within the group.

“Our vision is to expand our business on the back of offering quality products with top customer service. We aim to share our hard-earned wealth amongst existing group employees, various charities and sporting events that we can relate to. KrimpTerm has been closely involved with Yorkshire County Cricket Club for past four years supporting county age cricket from under 9s to under 15s, both boys and girls.

“We are proud to be associated with Yorkshire County Cricket Club who have a fantastic pathway system offering opportunities to a diverse group of young players and make a significant impact in local communities through range of programs runs by Yorkshire Cricket Foundation. We look forward to strengthening our partnership further in coming years.”

Yorkshire County Cricket Club’s Business Development Director Maroof Khan said: “We are very grateful for the support KrimpTerm have offered over the last four years during particularly difficult times. It’s fantastic that they’ve enhanced their partnership with us and will play their part in the journey that we are on. Their branding is now proudly displayed at the back of the Western Terrace for everyone to see.”

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