Malta Maritime Summit eyes 2022 comeback

#mms22 Source:  Nigel Lowry Originally published:   Valetta conference is being scheduled for October, making it the third major industry event in southern Europe to aim for a return this year after a disruption caused by the pandemic Organisers say flagship maritime event will cleave to its successful model, but also offer industry awards for the first time.   The Malta Maritime Summit has become the latest flagship national shipping event to confirm that it will return in 2022 after having its previous edition blown off course by the coronavirus pandemic. The biennial conference, which takes place in Valetta,

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Malta Maritime Summit 2020 Postponement

Dear Speakers, Delegates, Sponsors and Supporting Organisations, We trust you are keeping well. The uncertainty and life disruption caused by the Covid-19 needs no analysis as its consequences are acknowledged by all. After careful consideration, bearing in mind mainly the safety and well-being of all our patrons, it has been decided very painfully to postpone the Malta Maritime Week that was scheduled between 5 and 9 October, 2020 to a later date.   The first week in October of every even year had been chosen for the holding of this event after careful consideration ensuring that it did not coincide

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Malta Maritime Summit 2020 launched – The Voice of the Industry

Minister for Transport, Infrastructure and Capital Projects Ian Borg launched the theme for the Malta Maritime Summit, which will be organised in Malta for the third time in October 2020, after two successful editions in 2016 and 2018, a summit which will have the theme ‘The Voice of the Industry’. Last year, more than 300 participants from 21 different countries attended this summit. “An appropriate theme as ahead of us we have a forum that presents an excellent opportunity to continue discussing opportunities and challenges with the industry. The success we are experiencing today in the maritime sector is thanks

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