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MB Partners are delighted to announce that Procurri - one of the Global independent forerunners and providers of IT Hardware, Maintenance and lifecycle services - will partner with Mark Blundell and his British Touring Car Championship team-mate Jake Hill for the second half of the 2019 season.

Procurri was formed in the belief that there is a role for a true global IT maintenance services, hardware and IT Asset disposal (collectively IT

Lifecycle management) provider outside of manufacturing that can support and assist on a hardware agnostic basis, helping global organisations with independent advice to suit their needs and requirements.

By offering a platform that enables channel partners to offer alternative solutions to meet their customers IT requirements, Procurri helps facilitate a change to their legacy purchasing habits.  Their partnership with the Trade Price Cars Racing duo will aim to strengthen this mission as the BTCC calendar embarks on the second half of its 2019 programme.

With Global reach offering offices and operations spanning Europe, America and Asia, Procurri is able to contract on a local basis and deliver to over 100 countries worldwide, offering a ‘like’ touch for its customers’ needs wherever that need may be. Now, with a new exciting partnership formed, with Mark and Jake ahead of the summer break in the championship, both parties look forward to seeing what can be achieved together in the remainder of this year’s season.

“I am delighted that Procurri have joined forces with us for the rest of the season,” Mark Blundell commented. “This is an exciting new venture and we have some interesting plans in the pipeline together. Procurri enjoys an excellent reputation and it is fantastic that they are supporting Jake and I for the remainder of the season.”

Mat Jordan, Head of EMEA at Procurri, echoed Mark’s thoughts: “This is such a great opportunity for everyone involved, Mark is the living embodiment of change and how you manage change having delivered in so many global racing series. It really chimes with Procurri’s messaging and we all look forward to seeing what the next few months have in store…Good luck Mark and Jake.”

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