Pharmaceutical Industry

‡ The earliest drugstores date back to the Middle Ages ‡ The first known drugstore was opened by Arabian pharmacists in Baghdad in 754 ‡ By the 19th century, many of the drug stores in Europe and North America had eventually developed into larger pharmaceutical companies. ‡ Most of today's major pharmaceutical companies were founded in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

which has since been shown to contain antimalarial alkaloids (alkaline organic chemicals containing nitrogen).The origin of medicines Medicines of ancient civilizations ‡ The oldest records of medicinal preparations made from plants. and Mediterranean civilizations. ‡ Workers at the school of alchemy that flourished in Alexandria. said to have been written in the 28th century bc by the legendary emperor Shennong. (100 of 14077 words) .. in the 2nd century bc prepared several . ‡ An herbal compendium. Egypt. Hindu. animals.. described the antifever capabilities of a substance known as chang shan (from the plant species Dichroa febrifuga). or minerals are those of the early Chinese.

‡ Drug development refers to activities undertaken after a compound is identified as a potential drug in order to establish its suitability as a medication. In the past most drugs have been discovered either by isolating the active ingredient from traditional remedies or by serendipitous discovery. as well as to establish safety. . Objectives of drug development are to determine appropriate Formulation and Dosing.‡ Drug discovery is the process by which potential drugs are discovered or designed.

Indian pharmaceutical industry ‡ The Indian pharmaceutical industry is the world's second-largest by volume and is likely to lead the manufacturing sector of India. ‡ The government started to encourage the growth of drug manufacturing by Indian companies in the early 1960s. ‡ The first pharmaceutical company are Bengal Chemicals and Pharmaceutical Works. which still exists today as one of 5 government-owned drug manufacturers. appeared in Calcutta in 1930. and with the Patents Act in 1970 .

Indian Pharmaceutical Evolution Phase V Phase IV Phase III Development Phase Phase II Government Control Phase I Early Years ‡Market share domination by foreign companies ‡Relative absence of organized Indian companies ‡Indian Patent Act ± 1970 ‡Drug prices capped ‡Local companies begin to make an impact ‡Process development ‡Production infrastructure creation ‡Export initiatives Growth Phase ‡Rapid expansion of domestic market ‡International market development ‡Research orientation Innovation and Research ‡New IP law ‡Discovery Research ‡Convergence 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010 .

Patents and generics ‡ A chemical patent or pharmaceutical patent is a patent for an invention in the chemical or pharmaceuticals industry ‡ Depending on a number of considerations. a company may apply for and be granted a patent for the drug .

Company Profile .

S. . ‡ We had accumulated losses till 1990 ‡ When current promoter¶s viz. Pharmaceuticals Pvt. Ramesh Babu Potluri and Mr.M. Mr. 1987 for the manufacture of Bulk Drugs. K G Suggula was our original promoter of our company. T V V S N Murthy acquired the Company. Incorporated on December 14. Ltd.History ‡ Sree Mallikharjuna swamy pharmacy ‡ S. ‡ Mr.

‡ started with 20 employees as a single unit and single product Company in 1990 and have now grown into a multi-location.M. 1994 our company was converted to Public Limited Company from private limited and the name was changed to S.S. Pharmaceuticals Limited. multi-product Company with 4 units and 310 employees on rolls and four Units. .‡ On November 2.

‡ The efforts are aimed towards achieving our goals as well as providing value to the end user . ‡ SMS believes in delivering the best value to the customers in a most economic way. SMS vision circles around quality and customer satisfaction.VISION ‡ Being a quality conscious organization.

manufacture and market them in regulatory markets. ‡ Manufacture & supply intermediates to patent holders in US & EU. .Mission ‡ To develop new molecules and take them to market ‡ To set bench marks as a leading quality manufacturer ‡ To develop and patent cost effective process for API's.

Objectives ‡ Current Focus: SMS is focused on API manufacturing and is the single largest producer of anti-ulcer products and is renowned among the clientele for the excellent quality of product and customer service ‡ We aim to become pioneers in the industry and forge everlasting relationships with customers in API .

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Slogan ³Values Life.Values Quality´ .

Organization structure .

‡Member of Pharma Taskforce committee constituted by Chief Minster of Andhra Pradesh in the year 2003 P. P. Sec.CHAIRMAN & MANAGING DIRECTOR Mr. a Post-graduate Technocrat. of the Bulk Drug Manufacturers Association during 1999 ‡Regional Chairman CHEMIXL for Hyderabad region in 2000. Ramesh Babu. RAMESH BABU . started his career in the year 1984 with Cheminor Drugs Ltd. ‡ Jt.

Products ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ API's and Intermediates Bio Products Inorganic Products Nutraceuticals .

APIs ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ Anti Ulcer Anti Fungal Anti Migraine Fungal Anti Cancer Anti Hypertensive Anti depressant Anti Psychotic Anti Obesity Anti Parkinson .

BIO PRODUCTS ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ Solanesol Diosgenin 4-Hydroxyiosleucine Nicotnie Polacrilex Resin .

INORGANICS ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ Iron III Acetyl Acetonates Cobalt II Acetyl Acetonates Cobalt III Acetyl Acetonates Nickel II Acetyl Acetonates Copper II Acetyl Acetonates .

Manufacturing units of SMS Pharma .

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