The Virtu Business Centre, housed in the Company’s Passenger Terminal, is a venue for promoting trade between Malta and Sicily. The Terminal and Quay were acquired on a 26 year lease in 2010.
Virtu Ferries invites leading Sicilian and Maltese manufacturers and suppliers, interested in the Malta or Sicilian markets to exhibit at the Centre. These exhibitions are open to the general public, free of charge.
A vast range of products are exhibited at the Virtu Ferries Business Centre. Sicilian and Maltese suppliers are invited to make use of the Centre free of charge, provided they offer prices and services second to none. Entrance is also free for viewers. The ultimate beneficiary of this new initiative is the Maltese consumer.
Whatever your requirements keep an eye on what is going on at the Business Centre, you are bound to find what you want at a price that suits you. Avail yourself of the advantages of the economies of scale that the Single Market brings with it, without leaving home. This is also an opportunity for the Maltese trade and commercial community to establish new partnership with Sicilian organisations.
This is what the former Ambassador of Italy to Malta, HE Dott Giovanni Umberto De Vito, had to say about the Business Centre: “This is a valid initiative in line with the strengthening of bilateral business relations.”
The Single Market is truly on your doorstep.