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Sullivan Maritime celebrated it’s 20th Anniversary with a rebrand of it’s company logo and image.

The aim of this rebranding exercise was to give our company a fresh look, as the younger generation are being coached and groomed to take over the family business.

A new company logo was unveiled to business collaborators and customers during the 20th anniversary celebration held at Madliena Lodge. Guests were presented with a glimpse into the new rebranding that will give a fresh and younger look to the company. CEO Ernest Sullivan announced that his sons, Nigel and Karl, are in the process of gaining the required experience before eventually taking over the leadership of the business. Their aim will be to make Sullivan Maritime smarter and more automated as well as to cater for the evolving industry’s needs. For many decades, the family name of Sullivan has gained an excellent reputation in the shipping sector, using its human resources to achieve client satisfaction.

“Having arrived this far, it is natural that we need to carefully plan the future succession of Sullivan Maritime by presenting and exposing our younger generation. The position of Sullivan Maritime today and our positive outlook are a great testimony to the hard work and talent of our staff and business partners. Our success and achievements are ultimately down to the loyalty and commitment of all of our clients, and the great working relationships we have with them. Without them, we would simply not have a business,” Ernest Sullivan 

The Sullivan family have worked very closely with the prestigious Grimaldi Group based in Naples, with both families enjoying an outstanding business relationship for over 50 years. It is through this strong collaboration that it was possible to create the various shipping services that today link Malta to Italy and mainland Europe.

Grimaldi Group representative Dott. Eugenio Grimaldi, who was present at the celebration, spoke about the growing collaboration between the Italian and Maltese companies.