Tristar Expands Chauffeured Services To Azerbaijan and Morocco

Posted on August 10, 2011

Tristar clients arriving in Morocco can ride in a Mercedes-Benz Viano minivan.
Tristar clients arriving in Morocco can ride in a Mercedes-Benz Viano minivan.

LONDON -- Tristar Worldwide Chauffeur Services recently started providing service in Morocco and Azerbaijan. Tristar has remained focused on expanding the global service offering in recent years, and has more than doubled the number of countries in which it operates since 2007.

Customers can now experience the market-leading service that Tristar is known for when visiting the ‘Red City’ of Marrakech in Morocco or Baku, the capital and largest port of Azerbaijan.

All of Tristar’s foreign affiliates are visited and appraised by its director of international relations, Howard Winn-Moon, to ensure that they are the premium ground transport service provider in their country. When discussing the latest additions to Tristar’s global portfolio, Winn-Moon said, “We are delighted to be offering service in Morocco and Azerbaijan, our affiliate partners in both countries offer a first class service to Tristar passengers. These two new additions further underline our commitment to offering value-added ground transportation services in over 80 countries worldwide.”

Plenty of legroom in Azerbaijan! Tristar clients can stretch out in a Toyota Previa minivan.
Plenty of legroom in Azerbaijan! Tristar clients can stretch out in a Toyota Previa minivan.

Tristar CEO Dean De Beer told LCT that the affiliate partner in Azerbaijan will chauffeur clients in Toyota Camry sedans and Toyota Previa minivans. In Morocco, the designated chauffeured vehicles will be Mercedes E- and S-Class sedans and the Mercedes-Benz Viano. Most Tristar clients who visit the two nations are either corporate clients or clients of travel agencies that arrange ground transportation through Tristar.

London-based Tristar Worldwide Chauffeur Services is the largest luxury chauffeured transportation company outside the U.S., ranking No. 3 on the 2011 LCT 100 Largest Fleets List with 526 company-owned vehicles worldwide.

Sources: Incentive Travel and Corporate Meetings; Martin Romjue, LCT Magazine

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