XPO IT Services is happy to announce that they have secured a sponsorship deal with Shrewsbury Town Football Club.
“We’re in our 20th year as a business and a lot of our staff are Shrewsbury Town supporters, so when it came to getting more involved with businesses in the local community it was a no-brainer! The team played really well this season and narrowly missed out on promotion in the last match, so we know they’ve got the potential to do well next season – and we’ll be there to support them!” – XPO Business Development Manager, Mark Cotterell
About the team
The club was formed in 1886 and was elected to the Football League in 1950. Shrewsbury Town has since competed in each of the lower three tiers of the Football League, in addition to one season spent in the Conference Premier in 2003–04. It has also competed in the Welsh Cup, winning it six times, a record for an English team.
The 2017–18 season was Shrewsbury Town’s 132nd year in existence and their third consecutive season in League One after finishing in 18th place the previous season. The club also participated in the FA Cup, the EFL Cup and the EFL Trophy.
Our recent success
XPO has recently passed their first unannounced ADISA audit – ADISA being the most recognised industry standard among IT asset disposal companies, and certification represents and demonstrates a high level of quality, professionalism and diligence in providing a disposal service. XPO IT Services has erased or destroyed both sensitive and personal data for a plethora of companies across the globe and they believe that being able to demonstrate compliance is key to customer satisfaction.
Managing Director, Gary Buxton commented:
“As an ITAD, we always have the security of our customers’ data at front of mind, and already hold ourselves to a number of compliance and certification schemes to ensure this remains the case. Achieving the ADISA certification is significant for us, as we want to continue to deliver supreme service to our customers, and to be able to demonstrate that our processes stand up to the highest level of scrutiny.