MedservRegis’ Board of Directors came together to bid farewell to long-standing Director Joseph Zammit Tabona following his departure from the company last week.

Based in Birzebbuga, Medserv Regis provides integrated shore base logistics to the offshore oil and gas industry and engineering and supply chain management for Oil Country Tubular Goods (OCTG) to support the offshore and onshore oil and gas industry.

Mr Zammit Tabona served as Director at said company for eight years – between 2014 and 2022 – with his tenure coming to a conclusion on 28th July.

“The Board of Directors would like to take this opportunity to express their sincere gratitude to Joseph Zammit Tabona for his years of service and invaluable contribution to the company,” MedservRegis wrote on social media.

Mr Zammit Tabona is a key part of Malta’s business sphere, having, amongst other things, set up the Malta Business Network (MBN) in 2011 and the Malta Chapter in 2013. He’s been serving as the MBN’s Chairman since its inception.

Currently, Mr Zammit Tabona also serves as Director at Klesch Group and Chairman at Tigne Mall. In the past, he served as Chairman at Malta Enterprise, Malta Stock Exchange, and FinanceMalta.

The outgoing Director’s career is dotted with honours and achievements, including but not limited to a Lifetime Achievement Award, conferred upon him by the Malta Stock Exchange.

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MedservRegis plc / LinkedIn

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