Foreign investors looking for new investment opportunities in Malta can choose the agriculture industry which has known a great development during the last several years. Most of these developments were possible thanks to the government’s initiatives which have provided for high quality products and assistance for farmers.
Opening a company in the agriculture industry in Malta is easy, as long as all the requirements related to the company formation and licensing procedures are respected. Our Maltese company formation consultants can offer information on the incentives available for agricultural companies.
Registering an agricultural company in Malta
The Maltese Commercial Law covers the most important aspects related to the company registration process. Once the requirements related to the company formation procedure are in place, an investor can start preparing the documents and then register the company with the Commercial Chamber in Malta.
The limited liability company is one of the best structures for setting up an agricultural business in Malta, however small farmers can also set up sole proprietorships in order to sell their products.
Our company incorporation agents in Malta can guide you through the registration process of the business.
The agricultural industry in Malta
The agricultural sector in Malta covers a wide range of products starting with vegetables, fruit, meat, seafood and dairy products. Agricultural companies in Malta must comply with special requirements established by the Agriculture Directorate and meet certain standards upon the delivery of the products. An important branch of the Maltese agriculture sector is research and development which enables companies to come with new agricultural products or procedures related to their cultivation.
In order to sell products, Maltese companies operating in agriculture must comply with the requirements imposed by several authorities. Among these are the Food Safety Commission and the Veterinary Office. Considering most of the products are exported to other EU countries, Malta has also enabled an EU Food and Veterinary Office which is in charge with verifying the foodstuff to be exported.
For information on the licenses required to set up an agricultural business in Malta, please feel free to contact us.