A local wine company, Marsovin Winery Ltd, is investing 4 million euros to modernize its machinery and move towards a more sustainable and efficient mode of operation.
This was announced by the Minister for Energy, Business and Sustainable Development, Miriam Dalli, during a visit to the company, accompanied by the Managing Director of Malta Enterprise, Kurt Farrugia. The tour was led by Marsovin’s fourth-generation managing director, Jeremy Cassar.
“Thanks to this sustainable investment, Marsovin will modernize its machines to improve production and efficiency. The machines will also be upgraded to Industry 4.0 standards, which will increase efficiency and competitiveness, while ensuring a good quality product and improving production efficiency,” a statement said.
In his comments, Minister Dalli said: “Marsovin is another example of a family business that has adapted the business to the demands of the times. This investment will lead to a diversification of the activity, as Marsovin seeks to open its fields to agrotourism. Not only that, with this investment, Marsovin will change its machinery for modern and efficient machinery, with minimal impact on the environment”.
Marsovin Managing Director Jeremy Cassar said: “This investment will advance Marsovin in its production capabilities, it will also support our efforts to invest in sustainability through our bottle return program which is the most environmentally friendly for the production of beverages. glass. Moreover, investing in these machines will also allow us to expand our product portfolio and innovate with new beverage concepts.”