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Malbuner Power Slice becomes partner of Sauber

  • Published on 04 Dec 2015 09:32
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  • By: Rob Veenstra

The Sauber F1 Team is pleased to announce Malbuner Power Slice as a Premium Partner for the 2016 FIA Formula One Championship. Alexander Ospelt, President of the Board of Directors Ospelt Gruppe, which Malbuner is part of, as well as Monisha Kaltenborn, CEO and Team Principal of the Sauber F1 Team, signed the respective contract at the factory in Liechtenstein.

The Malbuner Power Slice is the recent innovation of the Malbuner brand. It is the spicy version of sweet snacks and belongs to the 'on the go' convenience trend. The logo will be visible on the rear wing end plates of the Sauber C35-Ferrari.

Monisha Kaltenborn, Team Principal of the Sauber F1 Team: "The partnership connects two traditional family businesses which have common principles and values. These include experience in their fields over a long period of time, enthusiasm for whatever they do, exceptional ambition and the consequent development. Moreover, both have come from similar backgrounds, have to face similar challenges and their high ambitions are to be innovators."

Alexander Ospelt, President of the Board of Directors Ospelt Gruppe: "This commitment connects two family businesses and two entrepreneurial thinking owners. Common values as well as experience over a long period of time, exceptional efficiency and the consequent relationship forms a cooperation that works perfectly."

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