The apex football association, FIFA has signed a new partnership with the Australian logistics services company, Team Global Express.
Following the association, Team Global Express has been named the official supporter of FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023, which is scheduled for July 20 to August 20 in Australia and New Zealand.
As per the deal, the logistics company will provide its assistance by enabling innovative transport support for the hosting nations to meet the requirements for the tournament.
Fatma Samoura, FIFA Secretary General, said, “We are pleased to be seeing increased commercial support for the FIFA Women’s World Cup in the host countries. Team Global Express has sustainability and diversity at the heart of its operations, and the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 looks forward to partnering with an entity that shares common values.”
Christine Holgate, Chief Executive for Team Global Express, said, “As a passionate advocate for women in the workplace and the development of women in sport, I am very excited for Australia and New Zealand to host the single biggest women’s sporting event in the world.
She further stated, “We have a vision to be at the cutting edge of the transport and logistics industry in both Australia and New Zealand and a crucial part of this is supporting women’s participation, both within the industry and further afield. Team Global Express and the FIFA Women’s World Cup are significantly aligned on these values”.
Earlier, the tournament also partnered with the Australian alcohol entity, Jacob’s Creek.
Established in Newcastle in Australia by Albert F Toll, Team Global Express is a business that provides logistic aid and support with the help of its unrivalled and seamless network across the road, rail, and air to customers throughout Australia and New Zealand.