Aurobindo Pharma Limited

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MR.P.V.ramprasad reddy,wholetim director ,and Mr K.Nityananda reddy , voice chairman along with the team of dedicated professionals, established Aurbindo pharma limited in Hyderabad on 26 December 1986 Aurbindo pharma limited is an ISO9001;2008 and GMP certified company it is engaged in manufacturing and marketing of wide range of APL’S formulations and intermidtries in in over 102 countries around the globe with more than 100 APIs and 200 dosage forms
Aurbindo pharma limited is acknowledged market leader of APIs in manufacturing and export of pencillin cephalosporins anti-viral finished dosage forms (oral&sterile)etc and made its presence in south America, Europe, Asia, Africa, middle east, CIS and specific countries . joint ventures have been established in China Brazil and USA
Aurbindo Pharma limited manufactures and marketing of wide range of organic intermidatries, semi synthetic pencillins, sterile and non sterile pencillins, cepholasporins and formulation dosage forms with an assurance of quality and reliability by making availability of wide range of Life-saving Life-sustaining Life-enhancing health care products.
Aurbindo Pharma limited at Hyderabad India manufactures genetic pharmaceuticals and active pharmaceuticals ingredients the companies manufacturing facilities are approved by several leading regulatory agencies like USFDA, UK, MHRA, WHO, Health Cnada ,MCC South Africa ANVISA brazil. The companies robust product portfolios spread over 6 major therapeutic /product area
Encompassing antibiotics anti-Retroviral, CVS,CNS, Gastroenterological and Anti-Allergics company is making these products globally in over 100 countries
Aurbindo Pharma limited has established 12 different manufacturing units around Andhra Pradesh and an advanced research center at Bachupally ,Hyderabad to spread its technology driven scientific…...

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