eCabs, one of Malta’s largest private transport operators, has unveiled a series of high-profile appointments to its top management team.

The appointments complement the company’s further evolution into the leading, next-generation passenger transport service provider in Malta. The composition of the management team is a reflection of the company’s business strategy to position customer experience and transport affordability at the core of its mission, in its efforts to reinforce its role as a principal service provider in Malta for both B2C and B2B transport solutions.

Led by its CEO and co-founder Matthew Bezzina, the top management team brings to the visionary company an exceptional mix of skills which will enable it to fulfil its local expansion plans and its first steps in internationalising its suite of passenger transport solutions.

Mobility sector is constantly evolving

Co-founders and mainstays of the company Andrew Bezzina, Kevin Vassallo and Greta Borg Bezzina are taking on the roles of chief financial officer, director of product development and director of operations respectively. The ICT and innovation division will be led by Ryan Abela as head of technology and Kerstin Rizzo as head of programmes, while Nicholas Abela joined as chief officer business development and marketing and Marvin Cuschieri as chief officer, Human Capital and Corporate Services.

The new team brings a wealth of experience and vertical expertise emanating from various sectors, which will now be converged into a driving force for the further application of innovation in addressing one of the major socio-economic challenges of our time: mobility.

Matthew Bezzina, CEO of eCabs, described the exciting period the company was living and said that “the mobility sector is constantly evolving and addressing these challenges requires a public-private coalition of efforts to improve the efficiency of our infrastructure. Nine years ago we leveraged technology to innovate an industry that was shunned by many. Today we are living another transformation wherein we shall once again reinvent the industry by focusing on enhanced user experience, provision of mobility solutions and usage affordability.”

He added: “Our mission is to continue professionalising the industry and fostering a culture change when it comes to private car use in Malta. Our top management team is geared to take our company to the next level by leveraging eCabs’ value-adding activities, core competences and customer support acquired over our nine years of operation.”

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