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Ekopak is the official shirt sponsor of Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl, the cycling team of Julian Alaphilippe

From 2022 to 2024 Ekopak has signed up as one of the official ‘Co-Title’ shirt sponsors of the Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl cycling team.  The best-known cyclist on the team is Julian Alaphilippe, but let’s not forget about our two other compatriots Rémi Cavagna and Florian Sénéchal.  Other well-known cyclists in the Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl team include Remco Evenepoel, Kasper Asgreen, Mark Cavendish, Fabio Jakobsen, Michael Mørkøv and Zdenek Stybar.

Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl is joining forces with Ekopak because they are both committed to a sustainable future. They want to win with water.

Water is precious and essential. It is the driving force behind all of nature, daily life and sports. Cyclists cannot perform without water. How would they, for example, be able to ride the Tour de France, Paris-Nice or Paris-Roubaix without a water supply?


Ekopak can supply water to companies at any time for their production facilities, but we also supply drinking water for private purposes, which makes us a perfect partner for the Wolfpack and its #ItStartsWithUs sustainability campaign.

Patrick Lefevere, CEO of Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl, is very enthusiastic about the partnership with Ekopak: “Our team has a lot in common with Ekopak, especially with our #ItStartsWithUs campaign, which perfectly matches their commitment to sustainability. We both aim to grow internationally and lead by example.”

Win with water

Patrick Lefevere continues,  “Without water, cyclists cannot perform: it is an essential product that we use constantly. Quality through the use of recycling technologies is the future and we are happy that together we can take the next step in that direction.”

Pieter Loose, CEO of Ekopak, adds, “Just like cyclists, companies cannot perform without water. Constant access to water is key in many industries. What binds The Wolfpack and Ekopak is our clear way of working: sustainable, international and performance-oriented. Our ultimate shared goal?  To win, in a sustainable way. All over the world. And not least in France”