Malta Freeport Terminals has paid homage to 72 employees who marked their 25th year with the company, presenting them with a memento in recognition of their dedicated service.
The majority of these long-service employees work in Operations, but several come from other departments including Engineering, IT, HR, Billing, Purchasing and Maintenance.
Malta Freeport Terminals CEO Alex Montebello said these employees had grown with the Freeport, which over the past quarter century has expanded exponentially to become one of the major transhipment ports in the Mediterranean.
The Freeport handled just 259,232 containers when these employees joined the company. This figure has today reached 3.08 million, and 2017 is expected to be another record-breaking year.
Mr Montebello said: “Right from the outset, the company had a very clear vision of what it wanted to achieve and has invested substantially in state-of-the-art facilities. But none of this would have been possible without the dedication and commitment of our people who are, and always will be, Malta Freeport Terminals’ greatest asset.”
The fact that such a significant number of employees have been working with the Company for so long is a credit to them and to Malta Freeport Terminals which has also built a solid reputation as a caring employer.
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