The Maltese firm Melita Power Diesel (MPD) has won the Rolls-Royce Power System Service Partner of the Year Award 2016/17. MTU is one of the largest engine manufactures in the world forming part of Rolls-Royce Power Systems. Melita Power Diesel forms part of the Melita Marine Group which also operates a shipyard, chandlery and Agency in Malta including related engineering activates.
Noel Borg, accepted the award on behalf of the Melita Power Diesel Ltd at the MTU Head offices, in Germany.
This highly prestigious global award in is given according to strict criteria governing the quality and efficiency of the service. The judging panel is made up of the Board of directors of Rolls-Royce MTU.
MPD managed to win the award for service, amongst other nominees from all four corners of the globe.
As of the 1st November 2017 Melita Power Diesel Ltd has also been granted an additional territory of responsibility as sole distributors - Greece. Melita Power Diesel Ltd are already the sole distributors for Malta and Libya.
Pierre Balzan, MPD Managing Director, said: “We are truly honoured and humbled by this award. Having worked so hard throughout the years, it is of great satisfaction for our team and myself to have us recognised by what we consider the best in the industry.
“Having won the same award in 2012, exactly five years ago makes this achievement doubly significant. We have penetrated new markets, offered new services and tailor-made our deliverables to the wide range of specifications of our growing portfolio of clients. It is therefore truly encouraging that this award is reaffirming not only our growth but also the top quality of our service that continues to accompany it.
“This award and the widening of our sole distributors footprint to include Greece have redoubled our determination to aim higher. Now, we are even more resolved to do so in the future.
Finally, I wish to express my heartfelt thanks to our entire team for giving their best and achieving the goal we set out to achieve.”
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