Keith Fenech

INDIS Malta’s Board on Friday approved the appointment of Keith Fenech as its new CEO. He will be replacing Joseph Attard, who will be vacating the position.

Mr Fenech brings to the company vast experience in industrial management, both in the private sector and also in the public sector.

Since its establishment in 2016, he has led the Central Business District Foundation, which is a partnership between the Government and the private sector to manage the Mrieħel industrial area. He will continue to lead this foundation as part of the management at INDIS.

For a number of years, he also worked at Methode Electronics, both in Malta and abroad, primarily focusing on improving operations.

He specialises in lean manufacturing and also has a wide array of experience in carrying out various local and international projects.

INDIS’s Board thanked Architect Attard for his work and stated that it looks forward to continue working on more industrial investments in the country, so that Malta’s economy “continues to flourish”.

INDIS Malta is the company responsible for the administration of Government-owned industrial parks and related facilities across Malta and Gozo, and is also tasked with supporting and promoting their further development.

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