Catania, Italy (PortSEurope) June 20, 2019 – Transport Malta has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Autorita’ di Sistema Portuale del Mare di Sicilia Orientale (AdSP – Eastern Sicilian Sea Port Authority) to develop relations between the organisations.
The three-year agreement defines a general framework whereby both parties will cooperate in the fields of providing safe, secure and efficient services and facilities; remaining updated and relevant as technological opportunities and customer needs change; develop as innovative and customer-oriented ports and terminal operators safeguarding and enhancing market positioning and develop environmentally friendly initiatives in line with climate change initiatives and obligations.
Transport Malta Chairman and CEO, Joseph Bugeja, described the agreement as a positive step and that both organisations will gain knowledge from the agreement.
For the agreement, Transport Malta was represented by Joseph Bugeja, Harbour Master and Head of Marine Unit Captain David Bugeja, Chief Officer David Sutton and Registrar General of Shipping and Seamen Ivan Sammut.
Transport Malta’s mission is to promote and develop the transport sector in Malta by means of proper regulation and by promotion and development of related services, businesses and other interests both locally and internationally.
AdSP del Mare di Sicilia Orientale was represented by President Andrea Annunziata, Head of the General Affairs Office, Massimo Scatà, and RINA – Palermo Management System Certification Analyst Silvia Guzzi.
AdSP del Mare di Sicilia Orientale is a public entity with the purpose of managing the ports of Catania and Augusta.
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