Teqball has announced a partnership with Panther Warehousing, a delivery company based in the United Kingdom.
Under the arrangement, the three different types of teqball table - Teq ONE, Teq SMART and TEQ Lite, will all be distributed across the UK by Panther Warehousing.
Customers that purchase teqball tables from Panther Warehousing will be able to take advantage of the company's services, including nominated day delivery, full track and trace from point of order through to delivery, delivery to the customer’s choice of room and the removal of all associated packaging.
"At Teqball we aim to provide our much-valued customers with best-in-class delivery options and total flexibility," said Andy Moore, UK sales manager at Teqball.
"Panther’s commitment to prioritising customer service sets the company aside from the competition and resonated with our core aim of ensuring customer satisfaction.
“Panther’s established reputation as a leading provider in two-person delivery cemented our decision to adopt them as our sole delivery partner and their invaluable expertise will help us build our brand awareness and reputation throughout the UK and Northern Ireland."
Gary McKelvey, commercial director at Panther Warehousing said: "Panther is thrilled to be partnering with a company that’s bringing a totally unique product to the marketplace and one that has extensive worldwide interest.
"It is also a testament to Teqball that some of the biggest names and clubs in football are using the Teq tables and we are excited to be partnered with a company with such a bright future.
"Panther will be working closely alongside Teqball as they continue to establish themselves within the UK and we will utilise our strong reputation in the sporting and fitness sector to elevate the company’s service offering to its customers."
The sport of teqball became established in the United Kingdom four years ago, when various Premier League football teams played the game and used it as a training tool.
According to the International Teqball Federation (FITEQ) website, there are currently 75 teqball national federations, although there is not one in the UK.