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New ‘Agfa HealthCare Saudi Arabia Company Ltd’ Eyes Local Key Growth Market

Published: Tuesday, May 21, 2013
Last Updated: Tuesday, May 21, 2013
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Increased presence in KSA to support company’s customers with leading solutions and new technology.

Agfa HealthCare  recently announced the establishment of a new branch in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, called Agfa HealthCare Saudi Arabia Company Ltd. The new company was launched during a press conference held at the Ritz Carlton Hotel in Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

Agfa HealthCare has been active for some time in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the largest country in the region. By setting up a legal entity within the country, the company is set to enhance its support to customers, and provide better solutions and technology.

Agfa Healthcare further revealed its new partnership with Advanced Electronic Company and Gulf Medical Company in the Kingdom, thus capitalizing on the wide local experience and market knowledge in the medical and IT sectors to boost their presence and market share.

“Agfa HealthCare is committed to expanding its presence and visibility throughout this very important region,” commented Zyad Neil Benaissa, Managing Director Agfa HealthCare Solutions LLC, Middle East. “The decision to open a new subsidiary in the country comes in line with our strategy for growth and development.”

“Our goal is to maintain and improve customer satisfaction amongst our customers in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia by providing strong support processes and working side by side with our customers to introduce and implement the latest state-of-the-art products and services,” explains Mustafa Hamdy, General Manager, Agfa HealthCare Saudi Arabia Company Ltd.

“Having a permanent and continuous presence in this major market is an important step in achieving our plans.”

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