Abu Dhabi / WAM
Khalifa Economic Zones Abu Dhabi – Kezad group, the integrated trade, logistics, and industrial hub of Abu Dhabi, will showcase the competitive advantage the Emirate offers to researchers, manufacturers and distributors looking at Arab Health 2023.
As the premier economic zone for life sciences in the Middle East and North Africa, Kezad already hosts many pharmaceutical manufacturers, life science businesses, laboratories, packing businesses and supporting services, including several leading organisations.
During the event, Kezad group will demonstrate its capabilities for supporting industry growth and innovation through its Life Science ecosystem, located in the heart of Abu Dhabi, which is specifically designed for manufacturing, logistics, development and education activities in the field.
Currently spread across 1.6 square kilometres and supported by multi-modal transport links via land, sea, air, and upcoming rail, Kezad’s healthcare and life science ecosystem offers fast set-up times for companies through a range of solutions.
Mohamed Al Khadar Al Ahmad, CEO of Khalifa Economic Zones Abu Dhabi -Kezad group, said, “At Arab Health 2023, Kezad group will share its unique value proposition to accelerate growth and innovation within the region’s medical sector. As a leading facilitator of industry and manufacturing, Kezad group currently supports the operations of leading healthcare businesses via its Life Sciences Hub.
In addition to critical infrastructure, such as advanced cold-chain storage and blockchain management for safe and secure vaccine distribution, Kezad group offers unrivalled multimodal connectivity, linking healthcare businesses to global markets, with access to approximately 4.5 billion people worldwide.”
The annual Arab Health conference, which takes place from January 30 to February 2 at Dubai World Trade Centre, provides a vital arena for the region’s healthcare stakeholders to share insights on new developments within the industry, aiming to revolutionise healthcare for future generations.