Today, the island offers a prime location for companies specialising in high-technology products in areas such as electronics or precision engineering, as well as capital-intensive activities such as life sciences and aircraft maintenance. There is no question that the sector is moving forward as new and established companies are preparing to invest millions of euro in facilities on the island. However, the future of manufacturing could completely reinvent paradigms for cost and profitability and require Malta to reposition itself as a management hub of an industry that is increasingly influenced by material sciences, as well as technological breakthroughs in robotics, sensors and high-performance computing. The challenge is to attract sufficient talent to fill these novel and demanding job positions that are opening up in the sector.
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