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Tristar Group CEO Eugene Mayne handed over to Ms. Habiba the document committing the company to reduce its carbon footprints and promote the concept of recycling and reusing. The Rio+20 Corporate Sustainability Forum will take place on June 15 to 18 in Rio de Jainero and aims to strengthen the business sector's contribution to sustainable development globally.
Ms. Habiba addressed the management and staff of Tristar on responsible business and sustainable development during the breakfast forum. Ms. Habiba is the president of the UN Global Compact GCC States Network which is participating at the forthcoming forum in Brazil. She is also the founder and president of the Arabia CSR Network.
"As a responsible corporate citizen we shall comply with applicable energy legislations and promote environmental responsibility among our employees, customers, contractors and nearby communities," declared Mr. Mayne.
Tristar is a recipient of the 2011 Arabia Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Award under best newcomer category.
Tristar was established in 1998 in Dubai, UAE and is now a market leader in delivering integrated liquid logistics solutions to the petroleum and chemical industries. Its interests are in storage and distribution, ocean and coastal shipping, specialized warehousing and turnkey fuel operations, including into-plane aviation fuel services.
Today, the company has an extended footprint across the Middle East, Africa, Asia, Haiti and the Pacific island of Guam. It employs more than 1,500 people of various nationalities.
Photo Caption: Habiba Al Marashi (center) displays the two documents signed by Eugene Mayne (left) committing Tristar to supporting and implementing sustainable development programs.