Worcester has been a long-term sponsor of the Warriors over the last decade and has strong connections to the club through Executive Chairman Cecil Duckworth CBE, who founded the firm in 1962 under the name Worcester Engineering Ltd.
Bosch Thermotechnology, the holding company for Worcester, Bosch Group, is the largest employer in the city with more than 1,750 people at headquarters and manufacturing plants in Worcester and Clay Cross Derbyshire, including a network of over 300 service engineers and over 80 technically trained field sales managers.
Charles Cameron, CEO at Warriors, said: "We are delighted that Worcester, Bosch Group has agreed to extend its relationship with the club, extending back over a decade.
"As one of the city's biggest and most successful firms, we are proud to display the Worcester name and logo on our playing shirts and training kit.
"We now look forward to continuing to work closely with Worcester, Bosch Group over the coming years as the Warriors look to build a bright future in both the domestic and European game."
Martyn Bridges, Director of Marketing and Technical at Worcester, Bosch Group, said: "Worcester Warriors has a big presence in the city. As a company, Worcester has been an avid supporter of the Warriors for many years and we are pleased to continue and strengthen our great relationship with the club.
"It is great as a local company to be able to lend support to our home team. We are very excited for the coming season and would like to wish the club, players and supporters every success."
For further information on Worcester, Bosch Group visit www.worcester-bosch.co.uk