The Yorkshire County Cricket Club is delighted to announce its official partnership with Tudor International Freight for the 2018 season at Emerald Headingley Stadium.

Tudor International Freight, a leading logistics provider based in Leeds, offers a wide variety of freight forwarding and supply chain services to customers across the world. The company will take over from Leeds Beckett University as the main sponsor of Emerald Headingley’s famous White Rose Stand.

Simon Pixsley, Head of Commercial Sales at Yorkshire Country Cricket Club said: “We would like to welcome Tudor International Freight as a new sponsor for the upcoming season at Emerald Headingley. It is our hope that both parties enjoy a mutually beneficial relationship and a highly successful 2018.”

Established in 1991, Tudor International Freight is a family-run business based in Leeds. The company provides import and export services to companies operating in a wide range of sectors including oil and gas, manufacturing, chemicals and textiles. Tudor International Freight specialises in project cargo shipping, hazardous cargo and freight forwarding with a logistics network that spans across the globe covering air, land and sea.

Adam Johnson, Tudor International Freight, director said: “We’re huge sports fans at Tudor and always get behind the region’s teams, so when the opportunity came to support Yorkshire County Cricket Club we were keen to get involved. We are hopeful that this will be the start of a long lasting partnership with the Club and wish the team all the best for the season ahead.”

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