Riyadh, The Saudi Export Development Authority (SEDA), participated in a commercial mission, consisting of 15 leading Saudi companies in the field of pharmaceuticals and medical devices, at the annual African Business Conferences Forum held in Dakar, Senegal from November 7-8, 2019.
The forum, which is considered one of the most prominent trade events in Africa specialized in the field of medical equipment and pharmaceuticals, is part of the keenness of SEDA to open new international markets for the Saudi producer and organize direct business meetings with importers all over the world.
SEDA confirmed that the growing interest in African markets for pharmaceutical products and medical devices is in line with the competitive advantage gained by the pharmaceutical industry in the Kingdom, which enabled it to reach more than 65 countries around the world with an export volume of SR 1.6 billion in 2018, 8.6 Billion over the past five years.
Through this participation, 15 Saudi companies will be able to showcase their pharmaceutical and medical products to delegations and trade missions from 13 African and Arab countries such as Tunisia, Mali, Ivory Coast, Senegal, Mauritania, Nigeria and other countries with promising commercial markets.
Source: Saudi Press Agency