ESA Ship Management Ltd, a wholly owned Maltese subsidiary of ESA Genoa, started operations in Malta. His office is located on Old Mint Street in Valletta.
The company manages the technical and safety requirements of ships in accordance with international standards.
The role of the technical manager of a ship is to ensure that it fully complies in all respects with all international standards so that it can proceed with the delivery of cargo where and when needed. .
Ivo Guidi, Managing Director of ESA Group, said: “We have known the professional quality of the Maltese maritime community for a few years now, since we started to cooperate with some of them, notably Alfred Vassallo, his company and his associates.
“We are impressed by the government’s commitment to promote the island as a center of maritime excellence and to develop an integrated national policy as a vehicle that can lead to sustainable growth,” he said.
Mr Guidi said that due to its physical size and demographics Malta could not compete in producing “hard assets” like industrial factories or the number of TEUs, but it can certainly compete in ” soft values ”such as agencies, brokers and professionals, which, together with efficient administration, can become an extraordinary driver of success for the shipping industry.
The ESA group was created in 1947 and is headquartered in Genoa. It is the only Italian-based organization to offer ‘one-stop’ vessel management and has offices in nine countries.
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