Pharmexcil to organise India Pavilion at Dubai

We urge the Indian players, particularly the exporters to make maximum of this opportunity and build their business network in the Arab world,” said Udaya Bhaskar

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Pharmexcil to organise India Pavilion at Arab Health 2020 in Dubai from Jan 27-30

The Pharmaceutical Export Promotion Council of India (Pharmexcil) is planning to organise an India Pavilion at Arab Health 2020 being organised in Dubai from January 27-30, this year.

Since the year 2006, Pharmexcil has been consistently participating in the Arab Health and providing a platform for the Indian players to exhibit their healthcare, pharma, biotech and medical equipment and other services to the Arab world.

“This is our 14th consecutive year, wherein the council is organising an India Pavilion with a spread of 516 square meters of space.

Urge to the Indian players

We urge the Indian players, particularly the exporters to make maximum of this opportunity and build their business network in the Arab world,” said Udaya Bhaskar, director general of Pharmexcil.

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Ravi Uday Bhaskar DG Pharmexcil
Ravi Uday Bhaskar

Particularly in the Middle East Asia, Arab Health is one of the major International exhibitions which attract pharma, healthcare and equipment manufacturers from across the globe.

Focus of Arab Health 2020

Though this event is focused exclusively for Surgical, Hospital, Medical Equipment, etc., the organisers have also decided to accommodate firms who are in manufacture of pharmaceutical products and service providers in the related segments.

It is expected that the Arab Health is going to witness over 4,000 exhibitors from 163 countries across the world.

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Expectations

This time, the Arab Health Expo-2020, is expected to witness 39 international country pavilions wherein the pharma, healthcare, equipment manufacturers and service providers are expected to showcase their innovative products and services.

“Arab Health is a good platform for the Indian players to show case their products and services to not just customers from Middle East, but it will also give a wide exposure to the Indian firms to also explore the other manufacturers from across the globe.

This is definitely a great platform for the Indian firms to learn and explore global markets,” observed the Pharmexcil DG.

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