Top officials after the opening ceremony in Dubai.
The opening attracted the participation of prominent figures in the field of healthcare, most notably Dr Ali Al Sayed, Director of the Pharmacy Department at the Dubai Health Authority and Chairman of the “DUPHAT” Conference and Exhibition, Dr Mohamed Taher, Chairman of the Board of Directors of SAJA Company and CEO of Tamer Holding Group, and Dr Mohamed Khalil, CEO of SAJA Pharmaceutical Company, and Dr Mahmood Ghaly, General Manager of SAJA Company in the Gulf region.
Dr Ali Al Sayed said: “One of the goals of the Dubai Health Authority is to develop the pharmaceutical industry, starting from factories and ending with pharmaceutical companies and pharmacies, and it is very important for the Authority to develop the sector. Especially in terms of the pharmaceutical industry, because this will reflect positively on the economy.”
He added: “We encourage regional companies to be present in the UAE and Dubai by providing them with the appropriate environment for investment, and providing the required facilities to help them succeed, as their success is evidence of our success. Through the combined efforts of the private and government sectors, we will be able to achieve the goal and attract more important companies to invest in Dubai.”
Dr Muhammad Taher said: “The main location of the SAJA Saudi-Japanese factories group is in Jeddah, and we have another factory in the Arab Republic of Egypt. About ten years ago this factory was purchased and renovated.” It is structured according to international quality standards, and this has allowed us the ability to produce high-quality medicines at a reasonable cost that are available to everyone compared to other companies. Therefore, the issue of price competition gives us priority in the markets in which we are present, by focusing on lower production costs and high quality, which we cherish. “It also has the advantage of reaching the patient faster than others, due to our presence in a vital area in the Middle East.”
Regarding research on cancer diseases and their medicines, he confirmed: “We already have investments in manufacturing in this field, and we are working on new plans to establish an independent factory to serve as a unit specialized in cancer diseases in Saudi Arabia. It is expected to be ready at the end of the year 2025 so that we can begin production. “It is certain that our partnerships with major Japanese manufacturer have facilitated these goals for us, and they play an important role in the implementation stage. We have already signed a number of agreements to develop medicines with global European, Japanese, and American partners, with the aim of transferring manufacturing technology, whether in our factories inside or outside the Kingdom.”
Additionally, Dr Muhammad Khalil added: “Today we celebrate the expansion of SAJA across the Middle East region, with the opening of its branch in the Gulf region, which will constitute a qualitative leap in Saudi-Emirati cooperation in the field of manufacturing and therapeutic security, which will explain the security of stock.” A strategy for medicines for communicable diseases and others, which helps us reach all patients and provide needs and medicines at the level of the Arab world, as our goal is to enhance everyone’s access to health education programs and medicines while ensuring our ability at the same time to cover more diverse therapeutic areas.”
Khalil stressed that the UAE is considered one of the strongest Gulf markets in the field of health care, given the vision of its wise leadership aimed at providing the best aspects of health care to its citizens and residents, providing all services to them and its keenness to develop the health sector in the country.
He added: “SAJA Pharmaceuticals, which has been operating in the Arab market for 25 years, is currently present in 13 Arab countries, and we have begun to expand geographically towards the countries of North and Central Africa, and we aim in the next plan to enter European markets, and to be present at the level of countries around the world.”
Along with that, Dr Mahmoud Ghaly said: “SAJA Company supports scientific research and believes in cooperation with health and medical institutions to conduct public awareness programs to develop health awareness in society and improve the quality of life of the patient and society. Based on the company’s vision of its role in serving... Society and the health sector, which made it at the forefront based on the company’s vision of its role in serving the community, the health sector and pharmaceutical companies in the country.”
He added: “SAJA aims, through a long-term vision, to enhance health awareness, facilitate access to medicine to all those who need it, ensure that society is introduced to various therapeutic fields, improve skills, raise awareness of major health problems, and provide care services with enhanced levels of quality, in line with the national vision of the UAE.”
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