Tristar signs with FICCI for Indian pavilion at Expo 2020


Tristar Group CEO Eugene Mayne (center) with Indian Consul General Dr Aman Puri (3rd left) during a courtesy visit to the Indian Consulate. Also seen are Group Administrative Director Tristar Balaji Nagabhushan (2nd from right) and General Affairs and Communications Director Arthur Los Banos (left), and FICCI Senior Director Praveen Kumar Mittal (2nd from left), the Deputy Secretary General Dr. Gunveena Chadha (3rd right) and Account Manager Sunny Deepak Narang (right).
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The Tristar Group has partnered with the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) as a corporate sponsor of the Indian Pavilion at Expo 2020 to be held in Dubai, United Arab Emirates from October 1 2021 to March 31, 2022.

“We are extremely pleased to announce our partnership and presence at Expo 2020 with the FICCI and the Indian Pavilion. This is a great opportunity and it will help us to present our company and our business operations to the World Expo audience. It will also be an opportunity for us to improve our global network of business partners and to make new acquaintances. We look forward to actively participating in this global event which will be held on our doorstep, where companies such as Tristar, founded in the United Arab Emirates, have a platform to exhibit to an international audience. This is a testament to successful bilateral trade and commerce histories between the two countries, ”said Eugene Mayne, Managing Director of the Tristar Group.

The Dubai-based global energy logistics service provider operates in 21 countries and territories on three continents. It serves blue chip clients including international and national oil companies and intergovernmental organizations. Tristar’s integrated logistics platform covers road and maritime transport, specialized warehousing, fuel yards, commercial aviation refueling and fuel supply operations.

The India Pavilion, one of the largest permanent structures at the World Expo, will showcase India’s achievements over the past 75 years. The pavilion is a permanent four-storey building divided into thematic sections. The third floor is a tribute to large Indian companies, local as well as Indian-owned overseas, where Tristar will also be featured throughout the six month period.

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