On August 28th, the Honourable Minister Silvio Schembri – Minister for the Economy, Investment, and Small Business, paid an official visit to Toly’s manufacturing plant in Malta.
Welcoming him to this new plant, Andy Gatesy, Chairman & CEO of the Toly Group, highlighted Toly’s strong core values and core purpose: “To make a positive impact on everything and everybody that touches Toly.”
Whilst this pandemic has affected the beauty industry, with order entry below the 2020 budget, at the beginning of the crisis Toly made a commitment to keep people safe, save jobs, and retain the soul of the company, and so far we are proud that we have done a good job.
Toly remains a privately-owned business with a strong family spirit, is customer-centric with a global commercial structure, and technically proficient, with state-of-the-art manufacturing.
Toly has also created a business model that is agile and innovative, and disrupting the traditional packaging business.
Minister Schembri commented how captivated and impressed he was seeing the investment Toly has made in Malta whilst working with 23 of the world’s top 30 global beauty brands.
A Positive Mindset
With people still working from home, there has been a fundamental shift in the way that we work. There is a new energy around people, a new understanding, and a new sense of empathy. The world has realised that whether we are in Asia, Europe, or North America, we are all in this together.
Toly's Strategic Evolution
Change is the only constant, and our Corporate logo is no exception. For Toly, we chose to keep elements of our original logo and built on to it, to mirror Toly’s success story over the last 50 years. This is why this year; we have officially changed our logo from Toly – Passionate About Packaging to include Building On Beauty.
#Makeapositiveimpact the Toly Way
The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted the global economies and affected many businesses. Our core purpose remains to make a positive impact on everyone who touches Toly. In line with that, we would like to thank all employees, customers, and stakeholders for their ongoing support.
Toly pivots its resources together with other Maltese companies to create mechanical breathing device to support local health authorities during the Covid 19 crisis
The recent COVID-19 pandemic has put a strain on the medical and healthcare facilities as well as global economy. It has also highlighted the need for more investment and thought being put into simple medical devices which are specifically design for rapid manufacturing and deployment.
- Milene Ganado
- Company News
- Created 10 Sep 2020
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