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Tristar Worldwide Adds Luxury Mini-Coaches

Posted on June 13, 2012

LONDON -- The third largest chauffeured transportation company in the world has introduced luxury mini coaches into its fleet for the first time to offer vehicles for up to 16 clients at a time.

Tristar Worldwide Chauffeur Services will now operate unbranded Mercedes-Benz Sprinter and feature suede and leather reclining seats, tinted windows, DVD player and screens, wifi, 17” screen and laptop connector for onboard presentations, GPS tracking and fitted coolbox. Tristar bought four of the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 516 Euro HR 5 mini-coaches converted by Stanford Coachworks, based in the U.K.

Tristar Worldwide is already one of the UK’s largest chauffeur drive businesses with more than 500 vehicles, and is ranked third on the 2012 LCT 100 Largest Fleets List. The new mini coaches offer a cost-effective transportation solution for both business and pleasure, offering top-of-the-range luxury and facilities alongside the prestige of a private chauffeur service.

Dean De Beer, CEO of Tristar Worldwide, said in a statement: “These mini coaches were created to our own specifications to ensure they meet the needs of our customers. They are deliberately unbranded, therefore offering a discreet, luxurious yet cost effective transport solution to our fleet of cars.”

Tristar Worldwide was recently 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.

Source: Tristar Worldwide Chauffeur Services

Related Topics: British limousine companies, Dean De Beer, Mercedes-Benz, mini-buses, Sprinter, Tristar Worldwide Chauffeur Services

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