The Russian Export Centre presented 29 exhibitors at the leading international medical and healthcare exhibition, Arab Health 2022, which has yesterday started in Dubai, UAE, and occupies an area of more than 500 square metres.
The exhibitors include leading companies involved in developing and producing state-of-the-art medical products. They showcased the latest developments in nuclear and environmental safety, gas analysers to test for diseases rapidly, radiation monitoring systems, non-invasive portable products that can replace a physiotherapy room, as well as electroneuromyographs and devices to study the brain’s capacity, VR-based medical simulators and innovative products for training medical staff, as stated by the Russian Export Centre’s representative.
“Arab Health is the Middle East’s biggest and the world’s second-largest exhibition in the medical and pharmaceutical sector, and we need to expand Russian companies’ presence on such a large platform. We traditionally organise targeted negotiations for our exporters with potential buyers, and this year we have planned to hold more than 200 such negotiations. Already on the first day, we managed to hold more than 40 productive business meetings in MatchMaking format. Buyers from the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Oman, Egypt, Pakistan, Jordan, and Iraq have expressed particular interest,” REC’s chief executive, Veronika Nikishina, said.
In addition, during the event, exhibitors will meet with the Dubai Health Authority to discuss opportunities to export services and products through its healthcare facilities, including Latifa, Dubai, Rashid, and Hatta Hospitals, 12 healthcare centres, 17 medical fitness centres, and 6 specialised centres.
Source: Russian Export Centre