FIVB signs deal with Jinling Sports
Jinling will be the official supplier for four years of the nets, net posts, referee stands and line system for all FIVB events, including the World League and World Grand Prix Finals, the World Championships across all age groups as well as the beach volleyball properties such as the FIVB World Tour, Opens and World Championships, up to and including the next Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in 2016.
“The FIVB is very pleased to welcome on board a key supplier in Jinling Sports,” Mr Stanislav Shevchenko, the FIVB Board of Administration member in charge of Technical, said. “They bring a great history and tradition in sports equipment, not only in volleyball, but across many other sports. Having a partner such as Jinling can help to further develop our sport, especially through working closely with our member federations.”
“Jinling is delighted to become the official equipment supplier of the FIVB, we are also committed to a long term partnership and growth together with the FIVB.” Jinling Managing Director Richard Lee said. "Jinling will produce top quality equipment and develop a portable net system to allow more people to enjoy the spirit of volleyball"
About Jinling: Jiangsu Jinling Sports Equipment Co., Ltd, located in Zhangjiagang city, China, was established in 1985. The company is a permanent member of the China Sports Goods Federation. Jinling products are approved by ISO9001:2008 International Quality Management System and ISO14001 Environment Management System. Jinling was the official sports supplier of the Beijing Olympic Games and is also a supplier to other key international federations such as FIBA and IAAF.
About the FIVB: The FIVB is the governing body responsible for all forms of volleyball on a global level. Working closely with National Federations and private enterprises the FIVB aims to develop volleyball as a major world media and entertainment sport through world-class planning and organisation of competitions, marketing and development activities. The FIVB is part of the Olympic Movement, contributing to the success of the Olympic Games.