Courtesy of FIM Speedway Grand Prix
MOLDOW EXTENDS SGP PARTNERSHIP
Danish manufacturing company Moldow has extended its partnership with the FIM Speedway Grand Prix series for a further two years.
The Holsted-based company has a long association with the sport, from sponsoring Danish league clubs and upcoming local talent, all the way through to SGP stars.
BSI Speedway managing director Steve Gould is thrilled to see Moldow continue their backing of the sport.
He said: “It’s great to have Moldow on board for another two seasons. The team have always been huge supporters of our sport and we are sure that the company’s involvement in the SGP series will continue to play a part in growing its international business through the many fans that follow our sport around the world.”
Moldow has more than 50 years of experience in the design and production of energy-efficient dust extraction systems and painting lines.
The company’s dust extraction systems are used especially within the woodworking industry to extract and filter dust-filled air from furniture and wooden flooring production areas. Its painting lines are complete systems used by manufacturers in the plastic, metal and wood industries for the painting of everything from small toys to large parts for cars and wind turbines.
In recent years Moldow has developed its systems and supplied several high-quality lines for painting of interior and exterior automotive parts.
Moldow managing director Preben Hansen looks forward to the company’s continued involvement with the SGP series.
He said: “We’re really excited to be a sponsor of the FIM Speedway Grand Prix series again. We love the setup, the atmosphere at the GPs and the exposure that our company gets.
“We are a company with businesses all over the world, and through the GPs our brand is exposed to a lot of spectators and audiences in many different countries.
“Our financial support of speedway is rooted in the whole family’s passion for speedway and, together with the essential brand exposure, that’s what drives us to contribute financially to the sport year after year.”