Savola adopts Middle East health care scheme
The Savola Group has renewed its contract with Bupa Middle East for the next two years. Bupa will provide a comprehensive health program for Savola employees and their families, reported a press release.
The Savola Group is an edible oils producer. It includes the oil group in Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Egypt and a group of investments in Pakistan, Algeria and Sudan. Savola's product range include brands such as Afia, Al-Arabi, Lisa, Karam, Shams, Nakheel and Hala. Savola Group also includes a sugar factory in Jeddah and the Aziziyah Panda group.
BUPA Middle East, which operates through ASAS Healthcare, a Nazer Group subsidiary, is part of BUPA UK, Britain’s largest private health insurance company serving four million members through a network of 1,500 hospitals. — (menareport.com)
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