Aggreko, the power and temperature control company, has signed a new long-term partnership with The PGA European Tour set to run until 2023.

They will supply temporary power generation, distribution and temperature control equipment, as well as design and project management services, to a minimum of 12 tournaments per year between now and 2023.

“This new partnership with Aggreko will help to reduce the complexities in our ever-growing and developing business, as we press forward with our plans to innovate, grow the game, and build on important initiatives like the premium Rolex Series,” said Nathan Homer, chief commercial and marketing officer of the European Tour.

“With multiple locations over 30 countries, Aggreko is a trusted and ambitious company that matches The European Tour’s global outlook, and we look forward to working together over the next six years to the benefit of both companies,” added Homer.

This year The European Tour International schedule features a minimum of 47 tournaments in 26 countries, including eight Rolex Series events. It also manages the Challenge Tour, Senior Tour, and is the managing partner of Ryder Cup Europe.

Robert Wells, managing director of Aggreko event services, commented: “We are hugely enthusiastic to begin a long term partnership with the European tour at this exciting time in their history.

“We are looking forward to delivering the highest level of service and innovation as their exclusive temporary power and climate control supplier. This marks a significant milestone in Aggreko’s relationship with the European Tour and with such a commitment we are delighted to be a part of this prestigious Tour’s plans for the future.”