World Table Tennis (WTT) has named Hebei Enlio Sports Group (Enlio) as its Official Flooring Supplier.
Enlio has supported WTT events since 2021 and has decided to deepen and extend its partnership with a three-year Global Supplier agreement from 2022 – 2024.
As a Global Supplier, Enlio will provide flooring for selected WTT Grand Smashes, WTT Cup Finals, and WTT Champions. The 2022 – 2024 ITTF World Table Tennis Championships Finals and the Olympic and Paralympic Games Paris 2024 are also part of the deal.
“We are delighted to continue our partnership with the WTT,” said Enlio Chairman Li Yu. “We are very proud to see our flooring used in the top table tennis events of the ITTF and WTT, as well as to be the sole supplier of table tennis flooring for the Paris 2024 Games. We will be committed to providing environmentally safe, first-class performance Sports flooring and high-quality event services, continuing to strengthen the close cooperation with ITTF and WTT, and look forward to contributing to the promotion and development of table tennis around the world.”
Enlio is an internationally renowned sports flooring brand, and its products have become the designated floorings for many international events. Since its initial cooperation with the International Table Tennis Federation in 2013, Enlio has successfully provided flooring to world-class events such as the World Table Tennis Championships and the Youth Olympic Games table tennis events.
WTT Managing Director Matt Pound commented on the new appointment, “I am delighted Enlio decided to deepen their business relationships with us. It is a highly respected and recognised brand with the highest quality standards. World Table Tennis offers its partners a wealth of opportunities and we look forward to continuing our fruitful collaboration with Enlio.”
WTT heralds a new era for table tennis events. Following the resounding success of Singapore Smash in March, WTT has been gathering momentum and support from the business community. As the sixth global partner, Enlio is becoming part of the new chapter of professional table tennis.