Tristar Worldwide recognised for growing global sales

Hot on the heels of its Queen’s Award for Enterprise in International Trade, Tristar Worldwide has been acknowledged in the inaugural Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200.

The league table ranks Britain’s private companies with the fastest-growing international sales, with Tristar’s inclusion resulting from its international sales growth of 82% in the past two years.

Established in 1978, Tristar Worldwide offers chauffeur services and ground transportation solutions for international corporations and travel companies. Its initial success was built by partnering world class airlines such as Virgin Atlantic and Emirates offering passengers chauffeured airport transfers. It now has an enviable reputation for quality and service in a broad range of ground transportation services and logistics for major international events, conventions and financial roadshows, alongside its airport transfers.

The company is one of the UK’s largest chauffeur drive businesses with over 500 vehicles, and is in the top ten worldwide. With offices in London, Manchester, Paris, New York, Boston and Hong Kong, it is the only company to have its own fleet in 3 continents and operates in over 80 countries globally.

In April this year, Tristar Worldwide was awarded a prestigious Queen’s Award for Enterprise in International Trade in recognition of its outstanding achievement. The annual awards, made by the Queen on the advice of the Prime Minister, are the UK’s highest accolade for business success.

Dean De Beer, CEO of Tristar Worldwide, said: “We are delighted to have been included in the inaugural Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200. Coming so soon after our Queen’s Award for Enterprise in International Trade, this is further recognition of Tristar’s growing success around the globe. With our relentless focus on customer satisfaction and innovative new services such as our luxury chauffeur driven mini coaches, we are confident this strong performance will continue as we explore a number of developing markets along with expansion in the US and South America.”

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