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Transport and logistics sector at the core of The Malta Chamber's  policy concerns

13th July 2020

The Malta Chamber meets Minister Ian Borg to discuss EU mobility package and the outcome of recent developments on the proposed legislation at EU level.

Earlier today, Minister Ian Borg thanked the Chamber for being proactive in representing business and the national interest. During the meeting he praised The Malta Chamber for placing the transport and logistics sector at the core of its policy concerns.

The main discussion during the meeting was the EU mobility package and the outcome of recent developments on the proposed legislation at EU level.

The repercussions of this new law on the logistics sector, the retail sector, the manufacturing industry and the Maltese consumer were discussed. Possible initiatives to support the logistics sector which would be aimed at cushioning the impact at the national level were discussed.

The meeting also discussed the hardships endured by companies providing mass transport and yachting services during COVID.

Minister Ian Borg was accompanied by Transport Malta Chairman Joe Bugeja and The Malta Chamber was represented by the President Perit David Xuereb, Yachting Business Section Chair Dr Alison Vassallo, Mr Franco Azzopardi on behalf of members operating in the Road Haulage sector, Mobility Thematic Committee Chair Mr Konrad Pule and Director General Mr Kevin J. Borg.


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Transport and logistics sector at the core of The Malta Chamber's policy concerns