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05.12.2016 13:53

New sponsorship

Moldow signs sponsorship deal with Russian speedway rider Emil Sayfutdinov

Moldow A/S is expanding their involvement in speedway as they will be sponsoring the Russian speedway rider Emil Sayfutdinov in the coming season.

Emil will be returning to the Speedway Grand Prix series in 2017 after not competing for the World Championship for three years, and being a Russian rider in the GPs has opened up for a new cooperation:

“We want to expand our business in Russia, so we saw a sponsorship of Emil as an opportunity to promote Moldow through him in his home country and once again support the sport that we really enjoy. Emil is a well-known, talented and respected rider, and now that he is back in the GP series, we feel that our company will get a very good exposure”, Managing Director, K. Preben Hansen, explains.

Emil says: “I am really happy that we have started a cooperation with Moldow. To be honest it is a big surprise for me, and I feel like I have received a big Christmas present. I know that the company has helped Nicki Pedersen for so many years, and having Moldow on my side is extremely helpful. This cooperation will give me an opportunity to build a solid budget for the GPs. It is also a chance to work and meet with people who love speedway from another country than Russia, and I will do my best to help Moldow expand their business in Russia. I am truly looking forward to starting a long-term cooperation with Moldow”.

“Until now our sponsorships have been more national with our sponsorship of Nicki Pedersen, another World Class rider, and other local Holsted riders, but we saw this as a good opportunity to combine our business initiatives with support for the speedway sport”, K. Preben Hansen says.

About Moldow

Moldow already has two offices and employees in Russia and have been selling their filter systems and industrial fans to the Russian market for more than 40 years. In addition to the filter systems, Moldow also designs and manufactures industrial painting lines.

Besides Emil Sayfutdinov and Nicki Pedersen, Moldow also sponsors Rasmus Jensen and Jonas Jeppesen, and the official name of the local track in Holsted is Moldow Speedway Arena. Moldow’s sister company, BarkerBille A/S, sponsors former GP rider Bjarne Pedersen and Martin Steen Hansen.



Moldow A/S: K. Preben Hansen, +45 20 20 26 44,

Emil Sayfutdinov: Łukasz Ukleja, +48 690 065 350