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Derbyshire home ground renamed The Incora County Ground

Derbyshire home ground renamed The Incora County Ground
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The change comes as Principal Partner and ground naming rights holder, Pattonair, merge with Wesco Aircraft to become Incora™.

The company, which is a leading provider of comprehensive and innovative supply chain management services has this week unveiled its new brand identity.

Incora reflects the company’s commitment to its customers’ mission-critical work – both in choice of name and brand identity, while the business still maintains a strong presence in Derby and the local community, with over 600 employees in Derby.

Built on over 100 years of combined supply chain expertise and delivery performance, Incora now expands its portfolio to serve industrial manufacturing, marine, pharmaceuticals and beyond. Incora manages all aspects of supply chain from procurement and inventory management to logistics and on-site customer services.

 Their continued investment as Principal Partner helps to support Derbyshire’s playing ambitions and investment in facilities at The Incora County Ground.

Chief Executive of Derbyshire County Cricket Club, Ryan Duckett, said:

“We have enjoyed a growing relationship with Pattonair and it’s excellent to see a company with its routes in Derby expand to become a leading, global supply chain management services company.

“This merger to create Incora with its extended offering and fresh identity is great news for the city of Derby and the community as a whole.

“With a number of major concerts over the last three seasons, as well as international matches and sold-out domestic fixtures, the club is establishing itself as a 365-day-a-year venue.

“We are all currently facing some challenging and uncertain times right across the country, but we look forward to working closely with Incora to maximise the partnership and to hopefully welcome people to the The Incora County Ground in the near future.”

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