Mdina Cathedral Contemporary Art Biennale 2015

EXPRESS TRAILERS, Malta’s leading transport and logistics company in Malta, is the trusted Official Carrier of the Mdina Cathedral Contemporary Art Biennale 2015 due to be held in Mdina between the 14th November 2015 and the 7th January 2016. Through an agreement with the Biennale organisers, Express Trailers will be carrying all the works of art to Malta for display during the Biennale.

Thanks to Express Trailers’ wide network of depots around Europe and the Far East and the logistical infrastructure and expertise of its professional team, the Biennale’s participating artists will enjoy substantial savings on the costs of transportation of their works as well as insurance of the art.

From a risk management perspective, any cargo is exposed to logistic risks, and some risks remain with the customer. At Express Trailers, our experienced and professional employees are constantly attentive to manage risks to ensure that these are minimised. The company has also assigned a dedicated person specifically to handle the artists’ requirements and to ensure that all works arrive safely and in time to their destination and are shipped back after the Biennale.

For more information please click on the below document link: 

The Mdina Cathedral ContemporaryArt Biennale 2015


As such, all artists are being encouraged to take advantage of this arrangement reached by the Biennale with Express Trailers and are being urged to put themselves in contact with Ms Maria Sarah Vella at Express Trailers on email msvella@expressgroup.com

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