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Pharma Exports are led by Gujarat with highest number of 280 WHO-GMP certified manufacturing units followed by Maharashtra

Gujarat has achieved the distinction of having the highest number of 280 WHO – GMP certified manufacturing units in the country followed by Maharashtra with 222 units, Himachal Pradesh at 134, Telangana at 131 and Uttarakhand at 97.

Gujarat accounts for nearly 40% of India’s pharm production and 28% of pharma exports. The state has registered a continuous growth of 445% in pharma exports in the past decade. Other Union Territories and states like Arunachal Pradesh, Andaman & Nicobar, Assam, Bihar, Chandigarh, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Lakshadweep, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Tripura and Odisha have no WHO-GMP certified manufacturing units.

In total, India has 1314 WHO -GMP certified manufacturing units. Besides this, Gujarat has 24 TGA certified, 15 EU certified and 16 PICS certified manufacturing units. It boasts of 158 formulation units and 97 bulk drug units. It has 40 per cent of CROs and 40 per cent of CRAMS companies.

Over 3300 manufacturing units are located across the state in four large clusters with 5 Special Economic Zones in an area of over 1500 hectares, as per official data. With the setting up of new dedicated medical device testing lab for the first time in the country at   Vadodara, Gujarat also coming up with a manufacturing park for medical devices at Sanand.

Medical devices manufacturing requires certain high investment facilities which are too capital intensive for individual manufacturers to invest upon. A park with in-house high investment scientific facilities would help manufacturers reduce the cost of manufacturing by more than 40% to 50%.

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