Kevin Rapinett

Hal Mann Vella CEO Kevin Rapinett announced that an extension project on the company’s factory facility in Hal-Far is set to commence next year.

The extension will see the development of a new building infrastructure, investment in a digital plant, and a new Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system.

“This investment forms part of Hal Mann Vella’s commitment to retain its competitive edge in the local and overseas markets by constantly improving our manufacturing processes and techniques,” Group CEO Kevin Rapinett said.

The announcement was made during President George Vella’s visit to the Hal Mann Vella showroom and factory in Hal-Lija.

“Hal Mann Vell has also recently completed a €1 million purposely built logistics and distribution hub,” Mr Rapinett said.

“Furthermore, the management team has continued to enhance the product range on offer, including the provision of tailor-made solutions, to ensure that the Group continues to meet its customers’ demands,” he continued.

The CEO thanked President Vella for choosing to visit the company’s Hal-Lija facility and pledged Hal Mann’s financial support towards the Malta Community Chest Fund Foundation.

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