Sirti is in the cities and countries, along the backbone of the telecommunications; it transmits energy where information travels and where people and things move.
Starting from the 1970s, Sirti built large-scale projects in various continents from Europe to Latin America and from the Middle East to Africa, establishing itself as a successful company at international level, and contributing to the technological and social development of the countries where it operated.
Sirti has a long and distinguished history in Saudi Arabia, dating back to the 1970s and the 1980s when it played a fundamental role in the development of the country networks through the associated company SARTELCO (established in 1976); it completed big projects in the field of telecommunications for customers such as STC (Incumbent Telecommunication Operator), Royal Commission for Jubail & Yanbu and Saudi Aramco.
Al-Jarbou Tower, 7° piano, Ufficio 703 - King Abdullah Street, Al-Khobar 31952
Sirti’s presence in Libya forms an important part of its history. It was a leading company in the creation of the country’s infrastructure in the 1980s. The Sirti Libyan Branch was established in 2007. LIDIA (Libyan Italian Digital Infrastructures Architects) was established in 2008 with the goal of expanding the business areas from the TLC sector to the railway, infrastructure, transport and energy sectors; LIDIA is a joint venture between Sirti S.p.A and Libyan Post Telecommunication and Information Technology – LPTIC.
Shara Al Emam Al Asyuti Cross Shara Al Dull, Tripoli
United Arab Emirates
Sirti is in Abu Dhabi, and is known as a reliable, competent company in the Middle Eastern market, capable of organising a network of vendors, design companies and subcontractors for activities that range from telecommunications, safety, electrical and mechanical plants to transport systems.
Office 605, 6th Floor - Makatab-2, IMPZ, Dubai
In 2013, Sirti and the holding company GSSG (Ghanim Bin Saad Al Saad & Sons Group), with registered office in Qatar, signed an agreement to establish the joint venture Sirti MENA for Projects, with the aim of significantly increasing the potential of Sirti in the MENA regions (Middle East & North Africa) and GCC (Gulf Cooperation Council).
Sirti MENA for Projects will focus its activities on the development of infrastructures for fixed and mobile telecommunication networks, energy transmission systems, security systems, integrated systems for the transport market, ICT system integration projects and Smart City solutions. This partnership will combine the technical and international experience of Sirti with the strength of GSSG in the MENA region where Sirti has consolidated references and excellent skills, rapidly evolving in the area of infrastructure where there are interesting business opportunities.
Salwa Road, Doha