Petro Rabigh picks Tawuniya for medical insurance
RIYADH, March 13, 2017
PetroRabigh, a joint venture between oil giant Saudi Aramco and Japan's Sumitomo Chemical, has signed a medical health insurance agreement with the Company for Cooperative Insurance (Tawuniya).
As per the agreement, which is one of the largest in its medical portfolio, Tawuniya will provide medical insurance services to Petro Rabigh employees and their families and give them access to quality health care services through its wide network of hospitals and medical centres.
“Individual health is of utmost importance to Petro Rabigh, and we give a lot of emphasis to providing our employees and their families the best standard of healthcare services and benefits because our employees are our most important assets and the primary reason for our growth and development,” stated Nasser Al Mahasher, the chief executive of Petro Rabigh.
“In order to provide the best medical insurance we chose Tawuniya because of their extensive experience and the relationship we have shared with them for the past 10 years. We look forward to continue building a strong partnership with this national company to take advantage of the distinctive services they provide and the vast experience they have in providing the finest insurance support,” he added.
Tawuniya CEO Raeed Al Tamimi, expressed his pride in this partnership considering the important role Petro Rabigh plays in supporting the national economy.
“This agreement comes as a result of a relationship that began from the foundation of Petro Rabigh and confirms the trust and partnership we have built together over the last 10 years and it will enable Petro Rabigh employees to benefit from our 30 year experience in managing large insurance portfolios by qualified staff using the latest information technologies,” he remarked.
"Tawuniya will be offering the best services to Petro Rabigh employees through its large network of service providers in the kingdom as well as through the 24-hour call centre which receives more than two million calls a year responding to all types of insurance related requests and inquiries as well as issuing fast medical service approvals," he added.-TradeArabia News Service