The manufacturing facility is less than 20 kilometers from the center of the city of Indore in Central India and is spread over 1.20 acres. The facility has dedicated manufacturing areas for different Finished Dosage Forms (FDFs) including liquid injections, dry injections, tablets, capsules, eye drops, ear drops, ointments, creams and gels. The production areas are designed to maximize output quality and quantity with minimal down time.
The facility is WHO-GMP certified and all manufacturing areas are supplied with independent air supply systems for individual department. The independent supply systems are fed with separate air handling units to avoid cross contamination. Pressure gradients are maintained and monitored and the required air quality of class 100, 1000, 10,000 and class 100,000 is maintained.


The facility houses a fully equipped testing laboratory for in-house testing and a separate fully equipped commercial testing laboratory for testing products for other clients.


Equipment used for the production of hard-gelatin capsules are automatic filling machine, feeder, sorter, inspection machine and polishing machine. The filled capsules are packed in high speed automatic strip and blister packing machines suitable for various sizes. The company has the ability to produce both powder filled and granule filled capsules.


The semi-automatic machines perform the entire process of filling, sealing & crimping of the tubes in various tube sizes of Creams, Gels, Ointments, Sterile Ophthalmic Ointments and Sterile intra-mammary infusions.


This department houses sophisticated machines such as automatic sealing, capping, labeling, carton forming and wrapping machines.


The parenteral is produced in a sterile area and fed to the automatic machines for ampule or vial filling, rubber bunging and cap sealing. A similar process is used for dry powder injections.


Rapid Mixer Granulator and Fluid Bed Dryer are used to produce the material for compression in various shapes which is carried out at various multi-station, single and double rotary tablet compression machines. There are coating machines for various types of coating of the tablets. A similar process is used for boluses.