Tristar Group Chief Executive Eugene Mayne (in the middle) with Indian Consul General Dr. Aman Puri (3rd left) during a courtesy visit at the Indian Consulate. Also seen are Tristar Group Chief Administrative Officer Balaji Nagabhushan (2nd right) and Corporate Affairs and Communications Manager Arthur Los Banos (left), and FICCI Senior Director Praveen Kumar Mittal (2nd left), Assistant Secretary General Dr. Gunveena Chadha (3rd right) and Account Manager Sunny Deepak Narang (right). Image Credit: Supplied

The Tristar Group has signed up with the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FICCI) as one of the corporate sponsors of the Indian Pavilion at the Expo 2020 to be held in Dubai, UAE, from 1st October 2021 to 31st March 2022.

“We have immense pleasure to announce our partnership and presence at Expo 2020 with FICCI and the Indian pavilion. This is a tremendous occasion and it will help us showcase our company and business operations to the World Expo audience. This will also be an opportunity for us to enhance our global network of business associates and make new acquaintances. We look forward to actively participating in this global event being held at our doorstep where companies such as Tristar, founded in the UAE, have a platform to exhibit to an international audience. This is a testimony to successful bilateral trade and business stories between the two countries,” said Tristar Group Chief Executive, Eugene Mayne.

The Dubai-based global energy logistics service provider has a presence in 21 countries and territories across three continents. It serves blue-chip clients including international and national oil companies and intergovernmental organizations. Tristar’s integrated logistics platform spans road and maritime transportation, specialized warehousing, fuel farms, 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 last 75 years. The pavilion is a permanent four level building divided into themed sections. The third floor is a tribute to leading Indian corporates, local as well as owned by Indians abroad, where Tristar will also be showcased throughout the six-month period.