Mr. Michel Demajo set up the M. Demajo firm, a company engaged in commission trading. The company started operating with the importation of foodstuffs, toys, wines, spirits, and other major brands from the UK, Italy, France, and Germany.
A year after the Great War ended, the company had started its phenomenal growth. This was due to a deal which Michel Demajo had curated with a sheik in Egypt, where they commuted business between the latter country and Malta.
One year after the end of WWII, the M. Demajo Group were appointed a business relationship with Thomas De La Rue to consult their security printing services within Maltese territory. De La Rue were the main printer for stamps, passports, bank notes, polycarbonate data pages, government letter heads, and playing cards. The M. Demajo Group later became De La Rue agents.
The M. Demajo Group imported the first Vespa into Malta, which was later gifted to Ronny Demajo for his 18th birthday. This year also marked the birth of one of our longest active director, Mr Anthony Miceli Demajo.
This year saw the first addition to the third generation of the family business with Mr Anthony Miceli Demajo.
The M. Demajo Group sponsored the Middle Sea Race, which saw a Hennessy Trophy awarded to the first entry on corrected time.
Tethys Oil Supplies & Services Ltd was created focusing on the energy sector in the North Sea and North Africa. The M. Demajo Group also received the royal appointment of Fra Andrew Bertie for their Bajtra liqueur, where they created 1,000 hand-blown special edition glass bottles for the public.
The Group broke new ground by being one of the foremost players in hardware distribution, network, and related support services with the creation of Computer Solutions Ltd.
The Group partnered with Corporate Connections Ltd. In the same year, M. Demajo Wines & Spirits had the honour of receiving the Malta & Gozo Super Brands Choice Award for best Quality & Value.
Infinity FX Limited was founded.
Fablab Malta was founded and opened its doors In Valletta; Malta’s first fully fledged Fablab.