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7th July 2021 News

Emirates Riverside boosts match day experience with Crable Wireless Charging Shelves

Durham Cricket are delighted to have teamed up with Crable and have installed their eponymous wireless charging shelves in all corporate boxes at the Emirates Riverside.

Constantly improving the match day experience for supporters is the priority. By providing people with a charging solution for their phones and other kit is a great way to keep fans of all ages happy.

Crables are brandable shelves that provide power through “fast charge” wireless chargers, USB ports and traditional plug sockets. We know our supporters are keen to keep in touch with friends, family and clients on match days. By offering a simple solution to the dreaded nomophobia, Durham Cricket fans can keep their tech kit fully charged all day.

Created by the best British designers and engineers, using only the toughest materials, Crable is the first shelf of its kind and is now being installed in hospitality venues and other commercial premises around the world.

Martin Oswell Global Sales Director: “We’re delighted to have installed Durham Cricket branded Crable wireless charging shelves in such an iconic venue as the Emirates Riverside.

“Our unique product is manufactured right here in County Durham and can be configured and branded for the global market.

“Since launching in May 2020 major UK and International organisations have chosen Crable ”

Durham Cricket Sales Director, Tom Seymour added: “It is great to have joined up with Crable and for their charging points to be used across the club. This is an exciting development, and we know all our clients and spectators will benefit from Crable while at Emirates Riverside.”

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