CHAPPER healthcare, the wholesaler and distributor, specialising in importing and exporting pharmaceuticals, has set up a subsidiary in Dubai to strengthen its presence in the MENA region.
The new subsidiary, called CHAPPER Healthcare MENA FZ-LLC, has been incorporated in the UAE and is based at the company’s offices in Dubai.
It means the company has a direct presence in the region, further consolidating its global expansion strategy and increasing the services and expertise it can offer to clients in the region.
Jonathan Chapper, CEO of CHAPPER healthcare, said:
“The Middle East is a key market for us, and we invest a lot of time and resource into building relationships here so it’s important for us to come to Arab Heath to share our latest expansion news with our long-standing partners.”
CHAPPER healthcare has spent many years developing strong relationships with its network of existing suppliers and clients.
The company’s first customer was from the MENA region and more than 45 years later, they still remain a loyal and valuable customer.
CHAPPER will be announcing its latest expansion plans with its long-standing Middle Eastern partners at this year’s Arab Health Exhibition in Dubai.
Jonathan Chapper added:
“As part of our global expansion and focus in the Middle East and North Africa region, we believe that having a direct presence in Dubai will help us service our customers’ needs more efficiently in this region.
“We are excited to have extended our sales team to recruit a highly experienced Account Manager who is based in Dubai and will be able to strengthen existing partnerships with our clients in the region.”
Visitors to Arab Health 2023 will be able to meet with CHAPPER healthcare to discuss new opportunities for the wholesale or distribution of products across the MENA region.
For more information on CHAPPER healthcare, visit: www.chapperhealthcare.com.
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