Motherwell Bridge Industries Ltd.

WHO WE ARE

Motherwell Bridge Industries is a Mediterranean leader in customised engineering services.Established in 1992, Motherwell Bridge Industries specialises in on-site construction and maintenance of port-handling equipment; non-destructive testing inspections; technical training; tooling, and marine engine overhauling and servicing. Motherwell Bridge Industries is the official Malta representative for Hoffmann Group, Europe’s leading system partner for quality tools.

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Latest News

  • Motherwell Bridge Industries Ltd. becomes service partner and distributor for Flynn Refrigeration Ltd.

    Motherwell Bridge Industries Ltd. is proud to announce that we are now the authorised distributors and service partners for Flynn Refrigeration Ltd., the marine refrigeration and air conditioning specialists. Through this representation we now offer, installation and maintenance on an extensive range of systems including accommodation and provision plants on board vessels and yachts. Our range of service and spare parts including brands such as -  Alco, Bitzer, Bock, Carrier/Carlyle, Copeland, Daikin, Danfoss, Grasso, Gram, J & E Hall, Maneurop, Roller, Sabroe, Stal. Flynn Logo High Res 250px-logo1250px-logo2250px-logo3   250px-logo6 250px-logo7 250px-logo5 250px-logo4 250px-logo8250px-logo9 250px-logo10 250px-logo11Roller Air Coolers Logo Sabroe Refrigeration LogoStal refrigeration Logo

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  • Education Minister presents certificates to Motherwell Bridge Industries welding school students

    The Minister for Education and Employment, Evarist Bartolo, this morning presented 16 teenage students with certificates on the successful completion of the VET Award in Introduction to Manual Metal Arc Welding (MMAW). This programme results in an MQF Level 2 qualification. The presentation was held at Motherwell Bridge Industries’ workshop in Hal Far. The course was run by Motherwell Bridge Industries’ technical training facility in collaboration with the Ministry of Education and the Employment and Training Corporation, under the Alternative Learning Programme. Motherwell Bridge Industries is the engineering division of Hili Ventures. The students are the first to complete this course at Motherwell Bridge Industries, which is an accredited MCAST Apprenticeship Partner. Motherwell Bridge Industries’ technical training facility gives course participants the opportunity to learn through practice in an industrial workshop environment. Experienced trainers lead a range of courses from beginner to advanced levels. A lecture room is situated within the main building and is accessible from the workshop. The technical training facility includes booths conforming to the latest industry standards, fitted with welding machines for different processes. Each welding booth is fitted with a fume extraction system. “Motherwell Bridge Industries is equipped to deliver comprehensive technical training and aims to address the growing demand of specialized skills from various industries,” Motherwell Bridge Industries Managing Director Tony Mallia said. “It gives us great pleasure at Motherwell Bridge Industries to contribute to the development and training of promising young people as an accredited MCAST Apprenticeship Partner. We share these students’ sense of achievement and we wish them well as they embark on careers in industry.” MBI welding school students

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  • Motherwell Bridge Industries appointed TSI service provider agent for Malta and Italy

    Motherwell Bridge Industries,the mechanical and electrical engineering services company,has been appointed exclusive service provider agent for Malta and Italy for leading turbo charger service group TSI Turbo Service International Ltd. TSI’s turbocharger service group consists of state-of-the-art workshops in Rotterdam, Southampton, Houston, Singapore, and strategic international partners worldwide. Under its agreement with TSI, Motherwell Bridge Industries is able to provide TSIA approved turbo charger repairs and overhaul services in Malta and Italy using high quality TSIAsupplied spare parts. Motherwell Bridge Industries will deploy its extensively trained and internationally experienced service engineers to vessels to meet the stringent requirements of diverse maritime clients,including container vessels, anchors,bulk carriers and cruise!liners. Motherwell Bridge Industries also operates a state-of-the-art engine servicing and overhauling workshop within its 15,240 square metre shop floor at Hal Far Industrial Estate, in close proximity of one of Malta’s major cargo terminals. “This exclusive service provider agreement with TSI is part of Motherwell Bridge Industries’ strategy to offer increasingly specialised services in marine engineering,” Motherwell Bridge Industries Managing Director Tony Mallia said. “We have earned our reputation for high quality customised engineering services over many years through trusted partnerships with industry names around the world. We are delighted that TSI has entrusted Motherwell Bridge Industries to uphold its brand’s integrity.” TSI Ltd

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  • Minister presents certificates to first students of Motherwell Bridge Industries welding school

    The Minister for Education and Employment, Evarist Bartolo, this morning presented 16 teenage students with certificates on the successful completion of the VET Award in Fundamentals in Welding. The presentation was held at Motherwell Bridge Industries’workshop in Hal Far. The course was run by Motherwell Bridge Industries’ technical training facility in collaboration with the Ministry of Education and the Employment and Training Corporation, under the Alternative Learning Programme. Motherwell Bridge Industries is part of Hili Company, the logistics and engineering division of Hili Ventures. The students are the first to complete a course at Motherwell Bridge Industries’technical training acility that was inaugurated by Minister Bartolo in September. Unlike similar facilities, Motherwell Bridge Industries’ technical training facility gives course participants the opportunity to learn through practice in an industrial workshop environment. Experienced trainers lead a range of courses from beginner to advanced levels. A lecture room is situated within the main building and is accessible from the workshop. The technical training facility includes booths conforming to the latest industry standards, fitted with welding machines for different processes. Each welding booth is fitted with a fume extraction system. “Motherwell Bridge Industries is equipped to deliver comprehensive technical training and aims to address the growing demand of specialized skills from various industries,” Hili Company Chief Executive Officer Davide Biron said. “We are delighted to share the knowledge and expertise we have gained throughout many years of international operations with young people who aretaking their first steps in the world of work. We aim to give young people the necessary skills to enable them to pursue rewarding careers in their chosen field.” MBI welding school students

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  • Motherwell Bridge opens in­‐house welding school

    Motherwell Bridge has opened a state-­of-­the­‐art welding school within its workshop in Hal Far. The school was officially inaugurated by the Minister for Education and Employment, Evarist Bartolo, this afternoon. Minister Bartolo expressed his satisfaction at this initiative, which will serve as an important step towards an increase in apprenticeships and traineeships. Unlike similar facilities, Motherwell Bridge’s welding school gives course participants the opportunity to learn through practice in an industrial workshop environment. Experienced trainers will lead a range of courses from beginner to advanced levels. The welding school will be marketed in Malta and around the Mediterranean. A lecture room is situated within the main building and is accessible from the workshop. The training facility features booths conforming to the latest industry standards, fitted with welding machines for different processes. Each welding booth is fitted with a fume extraction system. “Motherwell Bridge’s welding school has been equipped to deliver comprehensive training in all areas of this discipline. All programmes include dedicated health and safety modules,” Motherwell Bridge managing director Tony Mallia said. “This training facility adds another dimension to Motherwell Bridge as it continues to diversify its portfolio of industrial engineering services. We are proud to be able to share the expertise we have gained throughout many years of international operations to newcomers to this field.”

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  • Motherwell Bridge to build 16 container terminal cranes in West Africa

    Motherwell Bridge Ltd is to construct and commission 16 cranes for container terminals in West Africa. These projects were announced during a visit to Motherwell Bridge’s Hal Far premises by the Minister for the Economy, Investment and Small Business, Dr Chris Cardona, this afternoon. Motherwell Bridge Ltd will deliver 12 latest generation rubber-­tyred gantry cranes (RTGs) to a container terminal in Togo, and four RTGs to a container terminal in Cameroon. It will be the first time Motherwell Bridge has employed its specialist teams to West Africa.Mechanical and electrical engineers will begin to work on the project towards the end of May. The entire project will be completed in six months. "While in recent years Malta has focused considerable resources on growing its service sectors, you prove here in Hal Far that manufacturing continues to make a major contribution to the economy and to internationalising the Maltese skills set,” Dr Cardona said. “What we see here is that engineering and all services related to manufacturing remain an important sector of the Maltese economy.The expertise built over two decades lives on today at Motherwell Bridge. You have inested in technology,innovation, and training, you have enhanced your skills base and you have kept your order book healthy. This is a success story and we should all celebrate that.” The West Africa project comes just weeks after Motherwell Bridge completed the construction and commissioning of 12 automatic stacking cranes in Abu Dhabi at a key container terminal in the region. The cranes were delivered ahead of schedule in record time. “This latest contract presents important prospects for Motherwell Bridge,” Motherwell Bridge chairman Steve Tarr said. “It takes us to a new market with very distinct operational environments.Electrical and mechanical maintenance and management are core capabilities at Motherwell Bridge. This project will be an opportunity for Motherwell Bridge to showcase Maltese engineering expertise that could also be of interest to other sectors in the region, particularly oil and gas. We are proud to be flying the flag for Malta in this part of the world.” Since 2005,Motherwell Bridge has built and delivered more than 150 container terminal cranes, including 50 rubber-­tyred gantry cranes at terminals in Malta, 51 rubber-­tyred gantry cranes at ports in Malaga, Valencia and Castellon in Spain, 36 automatic stacking cranes in Barcelona, two rubber­‐tyred gantry cranes in Oman, and 12 automatic stacking cranes in Abu Dhabi.

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