SEW helps drive the Penrith Panthers


After two highly successful years, SEW-Eurodrive has extended its ongoing partnership with NRL Rugby League team the Penrith Panthers.

The SEW-Eurodrive logo will be displayed on the right side of the Panther membership and merchandise caps and the left collar of the player and merchandise polo shirts.

The new agreement continues a tradition of community involvement from SEW, adding to the existing sponsorships of Australian Harness Racing, The Da Vinci Machines exhibition and V8 Supercar driver, Jason Richards.

NSW State Manager of SEW-Eurodrive Tony Suttor said: “I’m pleased to expand the existing sponsorship with the team and closely link SEW-Eurodrive for the next three years as an apparel sponsor with the Panthers. “We look forward to fully supporting a reinvigorated and strong team under the new management structure at the Panthers.”

Panthers General Manager Phil Gould was also excited about the signing. “We are proud to align ourselves with such a professional and leading organisation,” he said.

“We look forward to the next three years.”

The SEW-Eurodrive group is a global designer and developer of mechanical power transmission systems and motor control electronics.

Its broad spectrum of integrated solutions includes geared motors and gear units, high torque industrial gear units, high-efficiency motors, electronic frequency inverters and servo drive systems, decentralised drive systems, plus engineered solutions and after-sales technical support/training.

Established some 80 years ago, SEW-Eurodrive has earned a reputation for quickly solving the most difficult power transmission and motion control challenges.

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