Globe-Trotter luggage and Aston Martin F1 Team announce a partnership agreement


Aston Martin Aramco Cognizant Formula One Team (AMF1) is proud to welcome Globe-Trotter as its Global Luxury Luggage Partner following the signing of a long-term agreement.

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Globe-Trotter is famous for its luxury luggage collections. Much like Aston Martin’s Formula One cars, its products are handmade in England using the finest materials. Their luggage range combines style, quality, and elegance alongside a timeless appeal.

Jefferson Slack, Managing Director, AMF1 Commercial and Marketing, said:

We are proud to team up with Globe-Trotter, a luxury brand that shares many parallels with AMF1. Travelling around the world is part and parcel of what we do.

We are delighted to have partnered with a high-end luxury luggage company that makes beautiful yet durable pieces designed to come on the road with you wherever you go.

Together we are exploring ways to collaborate with ideas inspired by Formula One engineering.

Vicente Castellano, Executive Chairman of Globe-Trotter, said:

We are hugely excited to start a long-term relationship with AMF1. We believe both companies share the values that have made Globe-Trotter an enduring brand for 125 years, particularly our common focus on craftsmanship and iconic design.

Crucially, this common ground gives us great confidence that we can create special products and experiences for our fans in the coming seasons.

About Globe-Trotter:

Established in 1897, our cases are synonymous with the Golden Age of travel. And to this day, the shape and style of many of our products remain unchanged. Production still takes place by hand in England. We apply the same attention to detail, using some of the same production methods and machinery of the Victorian era. Possibly our most timeless and enduring innovation is Vulcanised Fibreboard. An unfathomable feat of strength that is yet to be imitated successfully and has kept our cases incredibly strong but impossibly lightweight for 125 years and counting.

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