Express Trailers continues to enable Malta’s businesses as they embark on new investments despite the ongoing challenges of the current pandemic.
One of the latest projects our company has supported was the door-to-door transportation of new bottling machinery and equipment for Delicata Winery’s new bottling hall from the North of Italy.
This latest quality improvement project by Delicata Winery consists of a multi-million euro investment for the washing, filling, and packaging of wine bottles which will operate best practice water conservation and energy saving, as well as top-notch cleaning-in-place systems and the latest technology to improve the livery of all brands.
“Quality is the winery’s bedrock and the governing principle that spurs any investment in the vineyard and in the cellar. However, a quality project requires us to work with people who can guarantee a quality service, and this is why we have once again entrusted Express Trailers with the delivery of this machinery,” said George Delicata, Managing Director of Delicata Winery.
“We have always trusted Express Trailers with past projects. We did not hesitate to choose them again, this time to handle and transport the new bottling machinery and equipment. This was only the first phase of a year-long project and the team at Express Trailers did a marvellous job, handling every aspect with great professionalism,” added Mr Delicata.
“Contributing to such a prestigious project for a brand like Delicata Winery is an honour for Express Trailers. We understand that making great wines requires passion and perseverance, craftsmanship and of course, investment. We are delighted to have been given once again an opportunity to put our logistics experience and expertise into action, to enable this important investment by one of Malta’s established wineries,” said Franco Azzopardi, CEO of Express Trailers.
“Despite the challenges of the pandemic, we at Delicata Winery are looking at a bright future. We plan to invest more in viticulture, Malta’s farming community and incorporate sustainable winegrowing practices whenever possible.” concluded George Delicata.
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