Tokyo 2020 teams up with Aggreko

Aggreko Events Services Japan has today (Friday) been unveiled as a sponsor of the 2020 summer Olympic and Paralympic Games in Tokyo.

Aggreko will serve as an Official Supporter of Tokyo 2020, which represents the third domestic tier of the Games’ sponsorship programme.

The company has been attributed the ‘Temporary Electricity Generation’ sponsorship category and the deal brings the total number of Tokyo 2020 domestic partners to 58, including 15 Gold Partners, 30 Official Partners, and 13 Official Supporters.

As a domestic sponsor, Aggreko will be granted rights to use Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic emblems, mascots and slogans.

Aggreko is a leading provider of modular, mobile power and heating and cooling.

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