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Sirti and Agenzia Industrie Difesa, working together for the development of the energy networks in the Stabilimento Militare Pirotecnico munitions factory in Capua

30 May 2022

Under the terms of the appointment, Sirti will be in charge of the civil engineering infrastructural works and systems in the munitions factory.

Milan, 30 May 2022 Sirti – an innovation hub in the development of network infrastructures and services – has announced the beginning of a new project for the evolution of the energy networks of the Stabilimento Militare Pirotecnico munitions factory in Capua, a production unit of Agenzia Industrie Difesa, an in-house entity of the Ministry of Defence.

Under the terms of the new contract, Sirti’s Digital Solutions Business Unit and Technological Solutions Operation Unit will be involved in creating the civil engineering infrastructural works and systems for the factory.

Sirti will be working as a system integrator, dealing with the modernisation of the backbone of the electrical power system, the renewal of the low and medium voltage electrical enclosures and the upgrading of the technical rooms.  

In addition to the activities related to the construction of the civil engineering infrastructural works and systems, Sirti will at the same time be involved in the optimisation of the project to modernise and boost the efficiency of the new technological infrastructure relating to the munitions factory.

Contained within the factory in Capua is an important element in the city’s history and architectural heritage – the Castle of Charles V, dating back to 1542 – and Sirti will be working on the project in synergy with the architectural supervisory operators, before carrying out an explosive ordnance clearance of the new excavation areas. To guarantee linear service continuity at the factory, the project will be developed in a series of sequential work stages.

This operation with Agenzia Industrie Difesa is a milestone for Sirti, aimed at constantly strengthening its position as a technological player in support of the energy transition and the development of the network”, commented Massimiliano Vitale, Head of the Technological Solutions Operation Unit of Sirti Group.

Sirti S.p.A.

Sirti is an innovation hub in the network infrastructure development field. Founded in 1921, it operates in the Telecommunications, Energy and Digital Solutions sectors, and employs around 3800 people.

For more information:

Sirti Press Office

Barabino & Partners (+39 02 72023535)

Luciano Majelli, Mobile +39 335 7491684 - l.majelli@barabino.it 

Anna Bottolo, Mobile +39 349 97 89 618 - a.bottolo@barabino.it

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