RIYADH — The three-day fifth edition of Saudi Health Care exhibition came to a close on Tuesday at the Riyadh International Convention and Exhibition Centre with a wide Gulf and international participation, and more than 8,400 visitors.
The organizing company, Riyadh Exhibition Co Ltd., announced that this year, 39 international pavilions were present and showcased all innovative health related products, services and medical equipment, which reflected the success of the exhibition with the participation of 339 companies. Additionally, several health initiatives were launched on the sidelines of the exhibition, and four major agreements were signed with international organizations, among which the agreement of Inmatech with two international companies, Delta Controls and Stanley Healthcare.
Khalid Alamdar, Director of Sales and Marketing, Riyadh Exhibitions Company, said: “During the exhibition, we were keen to introduce the latest health care services to our visitors and to shed the light on all the investment opportunities.”
He added: “The success of the exhibition is a success for all the companies and individuals who took part in it and worked hard to enrich the scientific movement, support the health sector, and improve healthcare efficiency and health practitioner services in the region and the world.”
Alamdar noted that this edition of Saudi Health Care show witnessed a remarkable success due to the huge role that exhibiting companies played in it. On top of the list are the sponsors headed by Siemens Healthineers the Platinum sponsor, Masimo the Gold sponsor and The Saudi Health Council, King Fahed Medical Center and the Council of Cooperative Health Insurance, the strategic partners. — SG