MICHAEL MIFSUD

Michael Mifsud, CEO of Multigas and Multigas Sales, has been appointed to the Board of Directors of the European Industrial Gases Association (EIGA).

Multigas is a leading Maltese producer and distributor of industrial, medical, and food gases.

The EIGA represents the majority of European and a number of non-European companies producing and distributing the aforementioned types of gases.

“With [Mr Mifsud] at the helm, Multigas companies have been committed to practices, values, and business ethics which align well with the EIGA’s; we are pleased with this direct participation in such a prestigious international forum,” Multigas Chairperson Louis A. Farrugia said.

Multigas operates from facilities in Kirkop and Hal-Far, with its healthcare arm specialising in the production and distribution of medical oxygen to EU-GMP standards and the supply of other medical gases.

Such products are distributed to hospitals, clinics, and health institutions around Malta and Gozo.

Founded in 1923, the EIGA encourages the close co-operation of its member companies in safety and technical matters concerning the production, transportation, storage, and application of gases.

The EIGA thus aims to achieve the highest level of safety and environmental care in its member companies’ handling of gases. It also initiates the development of appropriate standards and provides standardisation bodies with technological expertise.

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