Raez Environmental Systems & Advanced Technologies – RESAT is a medical business firm that started activity in 1995 as a specialized healthcare company. At present, it is one of the leading companies in Saudi Arabia specializing in distribution of medical and laboratory equipment, hospital furniture, surgical instruments, diagnostics, medical disposables, hospital supplies, as well as consumer supplies.
RESAT keeps apace with the rapid development of the healthcare sector and evolved along with the demands of a constantly growing market and ambitious development plans of the government, represented mainly by the Ministry of Health.
RESAT has several overseas suppliers from countries like USA, Netherlands, Poland, United Kingdom, Turkey, Italy, Germany, Sweden and many more. Utilizing the most up-to-date technology, RESAT is always ready to fulfill any procurement requirements in this field. We attribute much of our success to the excellence of our procurements to ensure we maintain high standards of quality whilst maintaining competitive prices.
RESAT maintains a spacious warehouse with temperature controlled sections, and various vehicles to meet the delivery schedules of our clients.
Through its professional and reliable business deliberations, RESAT has gained trust and interest of many medical professionals and succeeded to build very strong and well- established business relationships with both government and private bodies.
"To become the market leader and trend-setter in the healthcare benefits management sector, through our highest quality of products, services and standards in support of client health and their clients, and delivering affordable quality medical equipment needed by the ultimate customer for improve the health and well-being of their patients, distinguishing ourselves as the "professionals that care ".
"To become the kingdom’s most comprehensive source and leading provider of world class healthcare technologies and professional services which actively supporting the advancement of the healthcare sector".