SME Chamber assisting wedding sector through Covid
06 May 2021
The SME Chamber is working to seek further clarifications on the gradual return to normality...
Next week GRTU Petrol Station Owners President Carlo Cini and GRTU Vice President Sergio Camilleri will be meeting the Malta Resources Authority and deliver the clear resolution of the Petrol Station Owners General Meeting held at GRTU last week: if GRTU members suffer more delays in obtaining from MRA the replies they have been waiting for on the claims they have submitted for increased profitability per litre of fuel sold, as they have to go through massive expenses to upgrade their stations and meet increasing costs, then they will activate the plan of action directed by the newly elected Owners Committee.
Enemalta has taken drastic action against owners when it unilaterally suspended the contributions to an Owners Central Fund established to meet maintenance and renewal of fuel pumps and this action has enraged petrol station owners. Action will include stoppages of petrol stations on pre-advised days.
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