About Attard Services Ltd.
Shell Oil’s presence in Malta dates back to 1914, where the first petroleum fuels were imported. This association forms an integral part of Malta’s petroleum history, which at present spans over a 100-year period.
Attard Services Ltd (ASL) has been the sole representative for Shell International since 1979. Over the years ASL has continued to bring to Malta the vast knowledge and experience that Shell enjoys in over 100 countries worldwide. The Company focuses on meeting the local demands whilst expanding on opportunities within the industry, which by nature, is in a constant state of flux.
Through the Company’s long association with Shell International, and its team of dedicated personnel, ASL is able to share the full values and experiences of the entire Royal Dutch Shell Group with all of its customers, in order to ensure a policy of total commitment towards their needs.
This dynamic team effort reflects the same principals of the Royal Dutch Shell Group that are reflected through ASL’s style, quality standards and customer dedication. By understanding and accurately interpreting regional requirements, ASL is able to create pivotal bonds in which both the company’s customers, as well as the international Shell Company, become the driving gears of an organisation with a single objective in mind – absolute customer satisfaction.
ASL’s ethos remains “to bring the best products and advice to our customers, through timely and efficient services”.
The ability of representing the Shell brand in any particular region is an extraordinary opportunity, but one that also carries with it considerable dedication and commitment. This is reflected further through the ASL’s mission statement – “Reflecting the highest standards that Shell customers enjoy worldwide.”
We insist on honesty, integrity and fairness in all aspects of our business and expect the same in our relationships with all those with whom we do business. The direct or indirect offer, payment, soliciting or acceptance of bribes in any form is unacceptable. Facilitation payments are also bribes and should not be made. Employees must avoid conflicts of interest between their private activities and their part in the conduct of company business. Employees must also declare to their employing company potential conflicts of interest. All business transactions must be reflected accurately and fairly in the accounts of the company in accordance with established procedures and are subject to audit and disclosure.