The organisers of the Aircel Chennai Open announced that the tournament had extended its association with Ricoh as an Official Sponsor. The company is a trusted technology leader specialising in the office and production printing markets. The 18th edition of India’s only and South Asia’s leading ATP World Tour event will be held from December 31st 2012 to January 6th 2013 and will see an exciting line-up of Indian and International players including four top 20 players in action.
Ricoh is associated with leading global tennis events that include the coveted Barclays ATP World Tour Finals and their continued association with India’s and South Asia’s only ATP World Tour tennis event is testimony to the significance and stature of the tournament. In its capacity as an official sponsor, Ricoh will continue to offer critical state-of-the-art printing and copying services and aid in the smooth conduct of Aircel Chennai Open 2013.
Nobuaki Majima, Managing Director of Ricoh Asia Pacific Pte. Ltd. stated, “Aircel Chennai Open is among the most popular tournaments of its kind in this part of the continent. Each year, the event has grown in significance and popularity and has gone on to achieve greater heights. The partnership has been mutually beneficial and very rewarding. It’s an honour to play a part in facilitating such a significant event by offering carbon-friendly document management solutions to ATP. Being associated with a tournament of such high stature complements our effort to extensively promote high quality yet environmental-friendly business solutions to every business. We look forward to strengthening this association in the seasons to come.”
Ashu Jindal, COO IMG Reliance said, said, “Aircel Chennai Open has been privileged to garner support from leading global brands like Ricoh. Chennai has become the definitive ATP World Tour destination in South Asia and as we grow from strength to strength each year, we acknowledge and express our gratitude to partners such as Ricoh for their long standing support to us and to the sport.”