Malta Chamber and Chamber of Engineers sign Memorandum of Understanding 

6th November 2019

The memorandum of understanding provides a platform for cooperation in matters in which either party has expertise.

The Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry and the Chamber of Engineers have signed a memorandum of understanding, intended to enhance collaboration between the two organisations in the future.

The agreement was signed by President Perit David Xuereb and Deputy President Ms Marisa Xuereb on behalf of the Malta Chamber and president Dr Inġ. Daniel Micallef and Secretary General Inġ. Malcolm Zammit on behalf of the Chamber of Engineers.

The two organisations agreed to co-operate actively in the interest of the Maltese economy, and the upholding of business ethics and the promotion of best practice amongst members of both organisations. The two organisations will in turn engage in a meaningful dialogue and seek to support each other’s stands on key common issues.

The memorandum of understanding provides a platform for cooperation in matters in which either party has expertise.

Signing MoU Chamber of Engineers

“The Malta Chamber will commit to making its services available to individual members of the Chamber of Engineers, amongst which are various internationalisation opportunities through the Enterprise Europe Network” said Perit Xuereb ahead of the signing.

Dr Inġ. Daniel Micallef said that “this memorandum of understanding will provide mutual opportunities for both organisations. It will offer an opportunity for both Engineers and entrepreneurs to engage in fruitful networking. Moreover the Chamber of Engineers is committed to take part in continuous dialogue with the Malta Chamber to ensure that professional and ethical standards in industry are held in high regard.”

In turn, the Chamber of Engineers, as an associate member of the Malta Chamber, shall make available its specialised expertise, which will enhance the Chamber’s representational activities. On a reciprocal basis, the organisations will collaborate in joint projects that will be aimed at supporting the business of members on both sides to grow.


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