The Heart of Mediterranean Transshipments

The Malta Freeport was established in 1988, and since then it has evolved into a major maritime transshipment logistic hub, crucial to the logistics of the Mediterranean Sea. Thanks to an extensive shipping network and regular liner services, Malta’s Freeport is capable of offering regular network connections to over 100 ports worldwide.

Malta is a crucial stopover point for the transportation of goods as they make their way in to or out of the EU.

The Malta Freeport is also a strategic and advantageous shipping area for goods being shipped from non-EU countries into others.

Other Ship Supply services


The Salvo Grima Ship Supply services are available in Libya through its agent. We have 10ft offshore certified containers available for use and have experience in supplying drill ships and platforms from a variety of Libyan ports.



Salvo Grima Group was the first company to establish an industrial logistics warehouse within the Warehousing Distripark of the Freeport in 1992, just a few years after the port itself was opened. Over the years, Salvo Grima has relied on this warehouse as a logistics centre, offering a variety of logistics services to companies in Malta who are engaged in international trade. Since Malta joined the EU in 2004, the warehouse has also been used as a gateway into the European Union for companies seeking to sell their products in the profitable and advantageous market.

Consider the advantages of Malta’s geographical location, and the range of logistics services that Salvo Grima can offer:

  • Warehousing

  • Fiscal Representation

  • Freight Forwarding

  • International Network

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