Tristar Hazmat FZCO has an ambitious business plan and aims to become a major industry player in the region over the next five years
RoSPA is the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents and has a long standing and well established presence in the health and safety Industry for almost 100 years
Tristar is promoting SDG No. 3 on Good Health and Well-being and No. 4 on Quality Education with its road safety awareness campaigns in the GCC and with its support to the education sector in South Sudan and Kenya, respectively.
Speaking at the UN Global Goals Workshop, organised by International Quality and Excellence Consultant Sunil Thawani, Mayne reiterated that business leaders must support the 10 Principles of the UN Global Compact (UNGC) ‘not just by lip service but by action.’
Tristar could seek a valuation of more than $1 billion in a share sale that could raise as much as $400 million.
Tristar group CEO Eugene Mayne said that to reduce road accidents and fatalities drivers should change bad habits like speeding, talking on the mobile phone and not following rules.
Tristar Group won the award for Technology Solutions Provider of the Year at the Logistics Middle East Awards 2019 in Dubai, primarily due to its industry-leading blockchain implementation that has significantly enhanced its chemical logistics operation.
The vessels will be delivered between the middle of May 2020 and the first week of January 2021 and were ordered on the back of long-term charter contracts with oil major Shell.
Blockchain technology is being leveraged at Tristar for business relationships as a single point of access for all documents/records, and the managing of trusted data with little or no use of paper.
The company has been supporting and funding the development of local schools and facilities in South Sudan and Kenya.
Currently, United Stars has 40 road tankers for the SABIC contract and will add 40 more units by the end of the first quarter in 2019.
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