As part of its drive to get its own turf to the European market, Tyres International (TI) has been working with Italian turf company Aminis Galleria in a bid to boost its chances of entering the EU.
The deal is said to have taken place in the past two weeks.
“We have reached an agreement with Aminis.
I can say that this is the best deal we have ever reached,” Tyres’ Chief Executive, Peter Johnson, said in a statement on Tuesday.
We have a very strong track record in producing high-quality turf and it will be great to have an opportunity to continue to do so.” “
Our first objective is to enter the European Union, and to do that we need to make sure we are able to produce good quality and competitively priced turf.
We have a very strong track record in producing high-quality turf and it will be great to have an opportunity to continue to do so.”
Tyres has already signed up for the EU market.
The company is now looking to secure more orders.
The two companies have previously signed deals for two seasons in the Premier League, with Tyres taking a 10 per cent stake in each club.
“The stakes are so high, I’m looking forward to a good year for Tyres,” Johnson said.
Tyres had already signed a 10-year deal with Premier League club Swansea City in November.
The Premier League will be Tyres next major home for the first time in 2020.