Ospreys Rugby are delighted to announce a new partnership with electronics manufacturer Philtronics Ltd.
- Aberdare based Philtronics will feature on the left leg of the first team shorts until the end of next season
- Philtronics now employ 50 people in highly skilled roles and recently finalised plans to triple its size via the building of new, high tech premises
- Previously signed up for matchday hospitality, the company has taken the next step to become a premium partner of Ospreys Rugby
Ospreys Rugby are delighted to announce a new partnership with Philtronics Ltd, a Welsh electronics manufacturer supplying global customers in the avionics, defence, semiconductor, medical and automotive industries.
The Aberdare based company is the latest premium partner of the region, and their logo will now feature on the left leg of the first team playing shorts until the end of the 2018/19 season.
Huw Warren, Head of Commercial at the Ospreys said:
“We’re thrilled to be able to welcome Philtronics to our growing family of commercial partners. Having come on board with us via the matchday hospitality route as members of the all inclusive Godi Lounge it’s fantastic to see them progressing onto the first team playing strip, as they recognise the commercial benefits of working with the Ospreys.
“An ambitious and successful Welsh company, locally based but operating globally, they set the standard in their business sector, and we look forward to growing this relationship with them over the coming seasons.”
Founded in 2003, Philtronics now employ 50 people in highly skilled roles and recently finalised plans to triple its size via the building of new, high tech premises with clean room capabilities. The company boasts an impressive client list, including the likes of Newport based SPTS Technologies, a Welsh Anchor Company and leading supplier of wafer processing equipment to the global semiconductor industry and Energist, the UK’s leading developer and manufacturer of advanced light and laser technology systems for use in medical and cosmetic procedures.
Simon Pritchard, Managing Director, Philtronics, said:
“Rugby has always been a big part of my life, going back to Rhigos Rugby Club and the legendary Dai Morris, supporting Neath as a boy and then the Ospreys.
“Linking up with the Ospreys is fantastic for us as a company, with so many Ospreys supporters in our loyal workforce who will take great pride in seeing our logo on the match day kit.
“We’ve enjoyed our hospitality experiences at the Liberty Stadium and are benefiting from networking opportunities available with likeminded businesses who are passionate about the Ospreys. We aim to make this a long-term relationship that works for both parties.”