Al Laith

Al Laith

Al Laith was established 27 years ago to participate in thegrowth and development of the UAE and the GCC overall. CGTech, an international technology group, is the parent ownerof the company and saw the Middle East as a strategic fit forthe group’s growth plans backed by an incredible team culturein Al Laith.

Al Laith today provides an array of services to a list of several 100 clients across the Middle East, with offices in the UAE, KSA and Oman and is supported by over 600,000 sq. ft of materials and equipment in the UAE and over 300,000 sq. ft. in KSA. These services include the design, procurement and construction of temporary structures, as well as the rental of plant, equipment and temporary infrastructure required for the successful execution of an event. Al Laith supports multiple industries including Oil and Gas, Construction and Real Estate Projects, Media, Advertising and Signage, Events and



Al Laith is ISO certified as well as an IPAF/PASMA approved training facility and operates under the highest QHSE international standards with an in-house technical design facility.

Year established: 1995

Dubai, UAE


+971 4338 8882





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