FOOD

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

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LOGISTICS

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

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SERVICES

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.

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ENERGY

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,

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trainingDuring this week, Malta is joining the international maritime community to celebrate the World Maritime Day. Malta commemorates this occasion on the same day as IMO (International Maritime Organisation), on Thursday 24th September 2015.

The theme for World Maritime Day in 2015 as approved by the Council of the Organisation is Maritime Education and Training. The text of a message from the Secretary General of IMO, Mr Koji Sekimizu is enclosed.

This year’s theme was chosen in order to focus on maritime education and training, two areas that are essential for the long-term sustainability of the sector, both at sea and on-shore.

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