Fishing has always played an integral part of the Maltese economy and has provided income to numerous households throughout history and across the Island.



Logistics plays a significant role in global business operations. The logistics process in Malta can be optimised through improvement in the maritime transportation system,



Over the years Malta has developed into a service oriented economy through the provision of a number of professional services being legal, financial or technical.



Our seas have the potential to become important sources of clean energy. Marine renewable energy, which may include offshore solar and wind as well as wave energy,




ECCP welcomed Malta Marittima on its platform, the 1st cluster from Malta: Malta Marittima Agency!

The European Cluster Collaboration Platform is a service facility aiming to provide cluster organisations with modern tools

These tools allow to:

  • make efficient use of networking instruments (search/find potential partners and  opportunities)
  • develop collaboration trans-nationally (within Europe) and internationally (beyond Europe)
  • support the emergence of new value chains through cross-sectorial cooperation
  • access the latest quality information on cluster development
  • improve their performance and increase their – as well as their members’ - competitiveness.

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Malta Marittima Agency is pleased to announce the launching of the 'Logistics Cluster' working group. The working group was convened on the 24th January 2018 at Malta Marittima's newly set up premises in Blata l-Bajda. The stakeholders' participation was overwhelming and exceeded expectations and augurs well for the other working groups which will be set up in the coming months. The meeting was addressed by the Chairman of Malta Marittima, Dr. Daniel Aquilina and by the Chairman of the Working Group, Mr. Jason Bongailas. They both emphasized the importance of knowledge sharing and partnership between the private and the public sector in line with the goals of the Agency. The objective behind these working groups consist in having the experts of both public and private domains sharing and discussing their views in an effort to challenge the staus quo and come up with smart, sustainable and innovative solutions. Malta Marittima invites Maritime Public & Private stakeholders to express their interest in participating on the working groups. Interested parties may submit their interest by sending an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

OurOcean, Malta 5-6 October 2017


The Malta Marittima Agency (MMA), in collaboration with the University of Malta, launched the Maritime Seed Award (MarSA), where a total of €100,000 will be allocated through a competitive call to innovators and entrepreneurs interested in bringing their ideas closer to commercialisation.

The announcement was made at a ceremony on 20  March, attended by Minister for Competitiveness and Digital, Maritime and Services Economy Emmanuel Mallia, the University of Malta Rector Professor Alfred J. Vella, Pro Rector Prof. Saviour Zammit, Director CEBI Prof. Russell Smith, Director KTO Dr Ing. Anton Bartolo, and Chairman of the Malta Marittima Agency Dr Daniel Aquilina - Malta Independent




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