Tristar Group awarded Special Commendation at the Golden Peacock Global Awards for Sustainability 2019
Tristar Group, the integrated logistics services provider, is pleased to announce it has been awarded the Special Commendation for the Golden Peacock Global Award for Sustainability – 2019. The award highlights Tristar’s commitment to achieving leadership in sustainability and its dedication to managing the business to the highest health, safety, environmental and compliance standards.
The Golden Peacock Award for Sustainability (GPGAS) commends companies pioneering internal initiatives promoting sustainable development. The awards use a meticulously defined and transparent selection criteria, and honors are determined by a highly elaborate and independent assessment process. Previous winners of the GPGAS include Rolls Royce, SEE, IBM and Nokia.
Eugene Mayne, Group CEO of Tristar, said: “Tristar Group is delighted to have been awarded the Special Commendation for the Golden Peacock Global Award for Sustainability. We have always been devoted to holding ourselves to the highest sustainability standards, and this is a commitment we uphold wherever we operate. We are extremely proud of this recognition, which as a reflection of our purpose to build a sustainable business.”
The Golden Peacock Awards, instituted by the Institute of Directors, India in 1991, are regarded as a benchmark of Global Corporate Excellence. The awards celebrate the companies leading in the areas of Leadership, Corporate Governance and Sustainability, and intend to improve overall performance standards and recognize the achievements of the best performing organizations.
The awards presentation took place at The Montcalm Hotel in London on Thursday 14th November 2019, as part of the Institute of Directors, India’s Annual London Global Convention. Eugene Mayne was present to collect the award in the presence of the conference’s distinguished business leaders and participants.
Mr. Mayne gave a Special Address at the convention opening on Wednesday, 13th November, held at the House of Lords. He was also a speaker at the plenary session on sustainability held on Thursday, 14th November, where he joined a panel of industry leaders who discussed the importance of sustainability in relation to the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals.
Tristar’s commitment to sustainability spans across care of the planet and environment, to ensuring the wellbeing of its employees and the communities the company engages with. Tristar’s pursuit of being a ‘Business for Purpose’ means ensuring that the Company makes a positive impact across its operations and is central to the Company’s operations and identity. This ethos embraces the Company’s long-held determination to operate in a manner that is transparent, safe, and sustainable.