Last Updated on Friday, 4 February, 2022 at 6:22 pm by Andre Camilleri
A local wine producing company, Marsovin Winery Ltd, is investing €4 million to modernize their machinery and moving towards a more sustainable and efficient way of operating.
This was announced by the Minister for Energy, Enterprise and Sustainable Development Miriam Dalli during a visit to the company, accompanied with Malta Enterprise Chief Executive Kurt Farrugia. The visit was led by Marsovin fourth generation Chief Executive Jeremy Cassar.
Through a three-year investment, Marsovin will continue to develop and produce high quality wine, thanks to the assistance by Malta Enterprise. With this sustainable investment, Marsovin will modernize its machinery to improve production and efficiency. The machinery will also be upgraded to Industry 4.0 standards which will increase efficiency and competitiveness, whilst ensuring good quality product and improve production efficiency.
In comments, Minister Dalli said : “Marsovin is another example of a family business which adapted the business to the demands of the times. This investment will lead to a diversification of business, as Marsovin is looking to open its fields for agritourism. Not only this, with this investment Marsovin will change its machinery to a modern and efficient one, with minimal impact on the environment”.
Marsovin Chief Executive Jeremy Cassar said that “This investment will bring Marsovin forward in its capabilities when it comes to production, it will also support our efforts towards investing in sustainability through our bottle return scheme which is the most environmentally friendly system for the production of beverages in glass. In addition, the investment in this machinery will also allow us to expand our portfolio of products and innovate with new drink concepts”.