Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club have announced a new tie-up with PCS Logistic Partners, a Nottingham-based leader in the courier and delivery sectors.

The partnership will see the PCS brand adorn the William Clarke Stand.

PCS has grown rapidly since its founding in 2011, and now has a driver pool of over 500 on hand to deliver for a high-profile client base.

“We are proud to be a Nottingham company, but see ourselves as national leaders, so we immediately found common ground with Trent Bridge,” said Paul Griffiths, Director at PCS.

“We are looking forward to working closely with the Club, and to seeing the PCS name as part of the backdrop to some iconic sporting moments here.”

Michael Temple, Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club's Commercial Director added: “We like to take the opportunity wherever possible to allow local businesses to shine on the world sporting stage, and PCS richly deserve their space in the spotlight.

“PCS are accustomed to delivering under pressure in high-profile situations, so their ethos dovetails well with ours, and we look forward to a mutually beneficial partnership."


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