Warwickshire CCC and Lord Combustion Services announce new partnership
Warwickshire County Cricket Club has agreed a new commercial partnership with Oldbury-based heating services contractors Lord Combustion Services to be an official partner for the next three years.
Specialising in the service, maintenance, design and installation of commercial heating and hot water systems, Lord Combustion Services employs 50 staff at its Oldbury headquarters, and will benefit from stadium branding and match day hospitality at Warwickshire’s Edgbaston Stadium across the three years of the partnership.
The agreement also extends to supply, with Lord assisting Edgbaston’s facilities team with the servicing of its current heating systems and in providing solutions that improve efficiencies.
Ben Seifas, Commercial Partnerships Manager at Warwickshire CCC, said:
“We’re always looking at new opportunities to extend the portfolio of our commercial partnerships programme, and we’re thrilled to secure this first agreement in the heating services sector with Lord Combustion Services.
“As a club, we have ambitions to make Edgbaston the most environmentally efficient cricket venue in the UK and leveraging the support of Lord Combustion Services can help us achieve this goal. We look forward to working with its team.”
Securing the partnership early in the 2019 season gives Lord an opportunity to utilise branding opportunities at Edgbaston during one its biggest programmes of international cricket, including the opening Test of the Specsavers Ashes series on 1 August.
Stuart Smith, Managing Director at Lord Combustion Services, said:
“We are delighted to be partnering with Edgbaston Stadium and Warwickshire County Cricket Club at the start of what promises to be a thrilling cricket season at Edgbaston, the outstanding level of hospitality and facilities at the Midlands most prestigious sports venue is aligned with the high level of service which we promise to deliver to our clients.”