Indian pharma companies welcome Chemipear1TM XSP India’s Bilcare Limited Aims to provide Al foils coated with water based heat seal coating under the Japanese-brand “Zeon AquaTM” to global pharmaceutical packaging industry for the PTP (push-through-pack) blister packaging application.
Partnership formed with Uni of Texas The Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) has signed a MOU with Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) for Health Technology Accelerated Commercialization (H:TAC) Program.
The acquisition is to build global pharma business PMC YM-Pharma Private Ltd has acquired the assets of Yegna Manojavam Drugs and Chemicals Ltd (YMDCL) of Hyderabad.
CORE joins global network GenePeeks, Inc., a computational genomics company focused on transforming disease risk analysis, has announced an exclusive distribution agreement with CORE Diagnostics, a next-generation diagnostics provider committed to bringing best-in-class clinical technology and innovation to India.
Minister sees industry at US$14bn by 2022 The Indian medical technology industry would grow to US$14 billion by 2022 from the present level of US$1.4 billion, riding on the back of unprecedented digital initiatives and focus on manufacturing, particularly electronics equipment.
Industry grew at 17.46% CAGR in a decade Over the last decade, pharmaceutical companies in India has witnessed tremendous growth and advances with a CAGR of 17.46% and market value of US$36.7 billion in 2016, says BizVibe.
Supratech to get DNA sequencing data technique. Saphetor SA, the Swiss precision-medicine company dedicated to advancing personalized diagnostics, will provide its proprietary platform for analyzing next-generation DNA sequencing data to Supratech Micropath of Ahmedabad, a reference and diagnostic lab with significant experience in clinical
NAM earmarks Rs.440 crore for medical facilities. The government has approved 39 hospitals, each of 50-bed, from 45 proposals received during 2016-17, said Minister of State for AYUSH (Independent Charge), Shripad Yesso Naik in reply to a question in Lok Sabha on 28 July 2017.
Govt grant provided to the State/UT Governments A total of 25 ‘50-bedded’ hospitals with an outlay of Rs.145 crore has been approved in the year 2016-17, the Rajya Sabha was told on 18 July 2017. Under Centrally Sponsored Scheme of National AYUSH Mission (NAM), there
Zip Surgical Skin Closure device for Indians. ZipLine® Medical, Inc., an innovator in skin closure, gets approval to enter the US$3.5 billion medical device market in India.