AirRoad extends partnership with Australian Superbike Championship
National road freight and logistics company, the AirRoad Group, has extended its partnership with the Australian Superbike Championship to include title sponsorship of the opening round of the series at Queensland Raceway next weekend.
The Australian owned company provides premium Australia-wide express and specialised transport and supply chain services to blue chip companies with a market leading record of delivering in full, on time and undamaged.
International Entertainment Group Managing Director Yarrive Konsky said he was excited to grow the relationship with AirRoad.
“I am excited to grow the relationship with AirRoad,” Konsky said. “The company has been avid supporter of the motorcycling industry for many years.
“They understand our sport and their attention to detail, handling of equipment and timing is second to none.
“We look forward to continuing to build on this relationship,” Konsky added.
AirRoad, has enjoyed a successful relationship with Australia’s only internationally recognized national motorcycle championship and Malcolm Thorpe, Managing Director of the AirRoad Group said that the company looked forward to playing a bigger role in this year’s championship.
“At AirRoad we have a dominant market share of providing services to the motorcycle industry in both transport and logistics. We have worked hard across our national network to master handling the bikes in such a way that they arrive undamaged and on time.” said Mr Thorpe.
“It is a pleasure to be associated with the Australian Superbike Championship to show our support for our clients and the industry.”
The opening round of the AirRoad Australian Superbike Championship will be held at Queensland Raceway on April 5-6.