Malta’s Marco Vella Wines and local leading importer and distributor of fast-moving consumer goods Nectar have officially announced the launch of a collaboration.

Marco Vella Wines is known for bringing a rich variety of wines to the Maltese shores. The companies traditionally operate in different areas, yet Nectar and Marco Vella Wines have more in common than you might think. “Their skills and values were made for each other and this collaboration will bring together the unique, complementary skills of each company,” the two entities said.

For Marco Vella, the decision was clear. He stands as one of Malta’s finest wine experts with a commitment to making excellent wine accessible to both the average person and the connoisseur alike. This approach has been key to his company’s success.

“Marco Vella Wines grew enough for it to reach a crossroads; one road led to the further development of logistics. The other option was to outsource sales and logistics to an expert. I chose the latter to be able to focus entirely on what Marco Vella Wines does best; promoting the world of wines. This collaboration will undoubtedly give my company the best future,” said Mr Vella.

Nectar’s CCO Carlos Abela had his own glowing comments about the partnership:

“This project marks another important milestone in the history of the company. We see new investments such as this as key to strengthening Nectar’s position on both the retail and catering markets.”

Nectar and Marco Vella Wines are a natural match with complementary skills, resources and values. Both parties foresee a bright future through this collaboration.

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