Friday, December 9, 2022

Melbourne Stars: Manhari Metals expand partnership

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The Melbourne Stars are pleased to announce that Manahri Metals have extended their partnership with the club for the upcoming WBBL and BBL seasons.

Manhari’s support of the Stars has expanded to become the new Coaches Sponsor for both WBBL and BBL in addition to their existing position as the hydration sponsor for both teams. 

Manhari will appear on all coaches uniforms, as well as LED and dugout signage throughout WBBL|08 and BBL|12. 

Manhari opened its doors to scrap metal recycling in 2007 and has quickly grown to become a renowned name in Victoria’s Metal Recycling industry. 

Melbourne Stars General Manager Blair Crouch said:

“We’re rapt to have Manhari back on board with the Melbourne Stars and we’re grateful for the additional support they are providing this year as our new Coaches sponsor.

“Maddy and his team are some of the most passionate cricket people we know and we can’t wait to connect their business with more Australians through the power of our game.”

Manhari Metals CEO Maddy Gupta said: 

“It’s great to be involved again with the Melbourne Stars for WBBL|08 and BBL|12 and we’re particularly excited about aligning our organisations values and the work of the Stars’ Team Green initiative. 

“We’re proud of being able to showcase Manhari to a global audience and we’re looking forward to the seasons ahead.”

About Manhari Metals
Today, Manhari Metals is among Melbourne’s leading recycling companies, with its operations including the buying, selling, processing of both ferrous & nonferrous metal scrap. Manhari Metals is also an established brand in country Victoria providing local businesses and governments an opportunity to recycle metal waste and help keep Victoria clean & green.
Currently, Manhari are one of the biggest exporters of steel & aluminum in Victoria and exporting most of the scrap metal products all around the world, including some of the globe’s manufacturing giants.

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