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Published: 1 September 2022

Malta Maritime Summit

3rd – 7th October, 2022

This biennial experience is once again being held with the full support of the Government of Malta, Transport Malta, and the Ministry of Transport, Infrastructure and Capital Projects. Following the success of 2016 and 2018, it has fast become a flagship maritime event that is an essential part of the discerning maritime stakeholder’s calendar.

The Malta Maritime Summit 2022 will retain its successful model, but for the first time will include the additional commemoration event giving due recognition to industry players who have outperformed.

Retaining the theme “The Voice of the Industry”, this event will host most prominent and influential maritime stakeholders who will be debating maritime concerns and challenges facing the various sectors including the post-COVID reality, technology, environment, and finance. As always conclusions and recommendations will be presented to relevant local and international authorities for their considerations and possible implementation.

The first week in October of every even year had been chosen for the holding of this event after careful consideration, ensuring that - as much as possible - it did not coincide with any other major maritime event.

Now in its third edition, following a hiatus in 2020 due to the global pandemic, the Malta Maritime Summit is considered to be a must-attend in the trilogy of maritime events in southern Europe.

Organiser John A. Gauci-Maistre, CEO of MMS, has over 45 years of experience in the maritime sector. His company - GM International Services Ltd. - has become synonymous with the international maritime industry and holds the accolade of pioneers of ship and yacht registrations under the Malta flag.