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Posted on Feb 14, 06:54PM | IBNS
Chandigarh, Feb 14 : Venus Remedies Limited, a research based global pharmaceutical company, on Tuesday said it has reached another milestone in the form of Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) approval from Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) Australia for four of its facilities - Cephalosporin, Carapenems, and Oncology liquid and Oncology lyophilized.
With the grant of TGA approval Venus Remedies has once again proved that its manufacturing facilities are in line with international regulatory standards.
This development would now enable the company to export these products into Australian market.
Venus has already filed dossier for meropenem which is on the verge of registration and TGA approval of facility will further expedite the process.
Commenting on this achievement, Pawan Chaudhary, Chairman & Managing Director, Venus Remedies Limited said, “We are planning to enter this market through strategic tie ups with local players, where huge market potential is forecasted for Docetaxel single vial, Gemcitabine, Topotecan, Irinotecan, Imipenem cilastatin.”
For these four manufacturing facilities company possesses 18 international GMP certifications from different international regulatory agencies like EUGMP, INVIMA, UKRAINE, SFDA and GCC.
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