D.O.M. Transport was started by the late Ganni Pace in the early thirties specialising in furniture removals within the Maltese Islands. During World War 2, three of the company vehicles were employed by the military. Whilst people were being evacuated from towns around the harbour due to the heavy bombing Malta was undergoing, Ganni Pace had a short spell of removal with horse and cart.
In 1965 after the demise of Ganni Pace, his eldest son Joe, returned to Malta after spending 13 years in UK and Australia to carry on the family business. At the time Malta had just emerged from a British colony and was attracting British Settlers coming from South Africa and all around Europe.
Shortly after, Mr Gordon M. Steele, vice president of the British Association of Removers, was on holiday in Malta and took a photo of one of D.O.M. lorries which was published in the February 1968 Removals & Storage Journal under the title of "How they do it in Malta G.C." Since 1968 D.O.M. Transport activity concentrated more and more on overseas removals.
Today D.O.M. Transport is still a family run business as it started back in 1930's. Now in it’s 3rd generation, committed always to offer first class services which can only be achieved by the wealth of experience on the local and overseas removal business which the family has gathered through all these years. Whilst keeping in touch with times, D.O.M. Transport have always invested heavily in the latest specialised equipment such as multiple outside elevators even reaching up to the 12th floor.