GRTU’s Transport Lobby Group has been focusing its work on proposals related to the Kappara Junction Project. The Kappara flyover is a necessary national project which is planned to stretch over a 77-week period. For the duration of the project, traffic management will be effected given that this junction is a crucial one for Malta’s infrastructure and connectivity for traffic flows.
Budget 2016 announced the move of plastic bags and sacks from Eco-Tax to Excise Duty. This decision was taken as part of the phasing out of the heavily criticized Eco-Contribution and the replacement with Excise.
The Mriehel Industrial Foundation is a private-public organization for public benefit. The long-term objective of the Foundation is to draw up a vision for Mriehel that ensures a development which can embrace both private and public investment in a common goal of economic and urban growth responsive to international business and investment potential whilst respecting traditional urban and environmental qualities.
GRTU will be representing its cargo hailier members during a meeting being held in the coming days to address various issues being caused by repeated delays brought about by inefficiences caused by the clearance offices at the freeport.
GRTU has recently invited various wedding service providers to attend a meeting that focused on the promotion of this sector within foreign markets. The scope of this meeting was for GRTU to announce that it will be starting an initiative to promote ‘Malta as a Wedding Destination’. The reason being, that Malta is considered as an ideal destination to get married. As an island surrounded with inspiring churches, idyllic beaches and exceptional wedding spots it is a beautiful location to enjoy one’s wedding day.