The Maharashtra Premier League (MPL) champions, Ratnagiri Jets have inked a multi-year sponsorship pact with Filtrum – FleetGuard.
In 1987, Fleetguard was established with technological assistance from Cummins Filtration U.S.A. The firm has established a standard by offering top-notch filtering solutions for both on- and off-highway applications ever since it started business three decades ago.
Air Oil Separators (AOS) are designed and produced by Filtrum – FleetGuard specifically for rotary screw compressor applications. These separators can be configured as spin-on or cartridge devices.
The team, which is owned by JetSynthesys, demonstrated promising performance in the previous season by finishing first in the standings throughout the competition.
The two-year partnership signing took place during the Ratnagiri Jets Ring Ceremony, which also saw each player presented with a priceless championship ring and additional prize money in recognition of their outstanding performance in the competition.
Rajan Navani, CEO and Founder, JetSynthesys, said, “We at JetSynthesys have been committed to promoting cricket in India and giving ambitious cricketers a platform to ascend to the pinnacle of their careers. We are glad to partner with Filtrum as they also offer a similar perspective to the team, and I look forward to a long-term relationship with them. Of course, winning the Maharashtra Premier League championship in our first season was a huge victory for us.
“And this ring ceremony was exactly how we meant to recognise the noteworthy performance of our players. We are thrilled to see what the upcoming seasons hold for us with our star players and prestigious sponsors.”
Rakesh Navani, Joint Managing Director & Chief Investment Officer, Jetline Group of Companies, said, “The iconic win of Ratnagiri Jets in this year’s MPL has filled our hearts with pride and we are grateful for the entire team’s effort. This has enabled us to strengthen our portfolio across cricket and sports in India. We are committed to investing in building the next generation of grassroot sports champions for India. The Ring Ceremony celebration was not just a reunion but also a motivation to rise stronger and come back as champions in the next season.”
There was also a genuine dedication towards doing good and creating a difference. In an admirable act, the players chose to contribute 5% of their prize money to the Jetline Foundation, a charitable organization dedicated to promoting the growth of sports in Maharashtra. This generous deed is an additional move toward giving back to the community and developing future talent in the state.