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Growing indian biotech industry

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  • 1. BOOM IN BIOTECH INDUSTRY OF INDIA
  • 2. India Biotech Recovers Crosses $3 Billion
    • Industry grows at 17% to Rs 14,199 Crore from Rs 12,137 Cr.
    • BioAgri grows at a fast clip of 37%.
    • CROs take the growth highway,register 28% growth.
    • Mumbai Outspaces Bangalore, becomes India’s top Biotech City.
    • West Biocluster retains no.1 position.
    • Biocon back to No. 1 Slot
  • 3. Biotech Segment Overview
    • BioPharma to grow over 10% for next 5 years.
    • BioPharma clocks Rs 8,829 crore in revenues.
    • It accounted for 62% of the total revenue and grew by 12% over FY 2008- 09.
    • CROS take the growth highway.
    • Bioservices register 28% growth with revenue of Rs. 2,639 Cr.
    • Top 10 CROs make up 60% of the total segment revenue.
    • A fast clip gowth for BioAgri.
    • Agri Biotech grew at 37% in FY 2009-10.
    • Bioindudstrial grew 16% in 2009-10.
    • Bioinformatics grows at Sluggish Pace
    • BioSupplier Industry Growth Slides to 7.5%still in but positive.
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  • 6. Biotech Industry Export Vs Domestic Exports accounted for 54% share in the overall revenue and registered a growth of 5% over FY 2008-09. Domestic business claimed 46% share in the overall revenue and registered a growth of 34% over FY 2008-09. Biotech Industry Export Vs Domestic 2009-10 Segment Export Domestic Total %Share Exports % Share Domestic BioPharma 4767.66 4061.34 8829 54 46 BioServices 2507.05 131.95 2639 95 5 BioAgri 58.08 1877.92 1936 3 97 BioIndustrial 124.08 439.92 564 22 78 BioInformatics 73.92 157.08 231 32 68 Total 7530.79 6668.21 14199 53.04 46.96 Biotech Industry Export Vs Domestic 2008-09 Segment Export Domestic Total %Share Exports % Share Domestic BioPharma 4868 3015 7883 62 38 BioServices 1964 98 2062 95 5 BioAgri 61 1433 1494 4 96 BioIndustrial 89 389 478 11 89 BioInformatics 50 170 220 23 77 Total 7152 4985 12137 59 41
  • 7. Reasons for Growth in Biopharma Sector
    • The Indian BioPharma market comprises of Vaccines, therapeutics
    • drugs, insulin, animal biologics, statins & diagnostics in 2009-10.
    • It has contributed Rs 8.829 crore, accounting for 62% market share.
    • Vaccine has the largest share with an estimated sales of Rs.2180 crore
    • over last years sales of 2000 crore.
    • The Diagnostics market is Estimated to be at Rs 2000 crore with
    • molecular diagnostic market share at $300 million in 2009-10 and
    • accounted for 22% share in bioPharma market.
    • The therapeutics market claimed 15% of market share with cancer
    • therapeutics sales clocking Rs 311 crore.
    • The Oral Diabetes Drugs is estimated to be Rs.1,550 Crore and market
    • size of Insulin is approx Rs 612 crore.
    • Biosimilars also contributed into this revenue growth by sales of
    • Erythropoietin of Rs. 10 lakh, GCSF – Rs 5 lakhs and
    • Interferon – Rs.10 lakhs.
  • 8. Reasons for Growth in CROs Sector
    • BioServices segment registered a growth of 28% of Rs 2639 crore over last years total
    • segment revenue of Rs 2062 crore.
    • In last 3-5 yrs many companies have set up contract research and clinical research
    • services operation in India.
    • The segment is growing on account of the growing requirements of the MNC’s that are
    • looking at India as an outsourcing destination with high skill, low cost advantage.
    • Due to business models evolution driven by market forces Domestic companies are also
    • outsourcing various portion of Drug Discovery.
    • Siro Clinpharm is the company which is expanding its business with its new joint
    • venture’s with MNC cmpanies like with DreamCIS Inc leading CRO based in south Korea
    • and also has signed agreement with Virginia Contract Research Organization(VCRO)
    • based in Taiwan.
    • Syngene International a subsidiary of Biocon Group has partnership with Sapient
    • Discovery, a Us Based Biotechnology company for drug discovery
    • Bangalore based Ecron Acunova has tied up with Japanese CRO.
    • Also there is Indo German clinical reasearch which will contribute major market share
    • in CRO.
    • Therefore India services industry is decidedly, set to take the collaboration growth
    • highway.
  • 9.
    • Top 5 CROs in India
    Rank No. Company 2009-10 Revenue in Cr 2008-09 Revenue in Cr % change 1 Quintiles India 375 --- --- 2 Syngene International 252 224.60 12.2 3 Jubilant Organosys 249.3 242 3.02 4 Siro Clinpharm 150 280 -46.43 5 Lambda Therapeutic research 145 30 383.33
  • 10. Reasons for Growth in BioAgri Sector
    • AgriBiotech is the 3 rd largest contributor to indian biotech industry with total segment turnover of Rs 1,936 crore.
    • India is the 4 th largest country in the world with approx 8.4 million hectares of area under Bt cotton.
    • Today in india there are 30 companies marketing Bt cotton seeds in country.
    • Naziveedu Seeds is the largest seller of Bt cotton seeds with 70 lakh packets generating Rs 476.86 crore.
    • Rasi seeds is 2 nd largest contributor with 358.78 crore in sales.
    • A total of 280 lakh packets of seeds containing 450 grams were sold in 2009 in which 87% is of Bollard II and 13% Bollard I.
    Rank No. Name 2009-10 Revenue in Cr. 2008-09 Rev in Cr 1 Naziveedu Seeds 476.86 449.58 2 Rasi seeds 358.78 375.59 3 Mahyco 312 211.12 4 Monsanto 255 345 5 Krishidhan Seeds 133.23 63.25
  • 11. Reasons for Growth in Bioindustrial Sector
    • The Bioindustrial market mainly comprising industrial enzymes is
    • estimated to be Rs 564 crore in the year 2009-10 as compared to Rs. 478
    • cr in 2008-09.
    • This segment on an average is growing over 15% in last 5 years.
    • In India, the industrial enzymes consumption is predominantly in detergent markets ,starch
    • market, food and feed, textiles, leather and now in food, pharmaceuticals, diagnostics,
    • chemical processing industries.
    • Looking up to the demand of industrial enzymes and with respect to global enzyme industry India still needs to do a lot of catching up.
    Rank No Company 2009-10 Revenue in Cr 2008-09 Revenue in Cr 1 Novozymes South Asia 268 250 2 Advanced Enzymes 121 88.60
  • 12. Reasons for Slide in Growth of Biosuppliers Industry
    • The overall supplier industry revenues stood at Rs 3,893 crore as against Rs 3,621 crore in 2008-09.
    • In FY 2009-10 the recession got BioSuppliers and were hit hard with the industry growth sliding to 7.5 percent, even though the overall scenario remains positive.
    • The downward trend took place because of MNCs reporting flat or negative growth.
    • The home-grown companies have done well-posting healthy double digit growth.
    Rank No. Company 2009-10 Revenue in Cr 2008-09 Revenue in Cr 1 Waters India 262.2 333.70 2 Agilent technologies 255 -- 3 Spinco biotech 250.68 225.02 4 Thermo Fisher Scientific 210 185.79 5 Becton Dickenson India 180 232
  • 13. Reason for Growth in Bioinformatics sector
    • It is the smallest segment of the Industry, which has 2 % segment share
    • in overall industry and also has been sluggish in 2009-10
    • It as registered 5% growth over 2008-09 clocking Rs 231 crore in
    • revenue compared to last year Rs 220 Cr.
    • This sector comprises of companies which comes out with products
    • that cater mainly to the needs of the pharmaceuticals and
    • biotechnology companies.
    • Other Companies are like Strand genomics, SysArris, Cytogenomics Persistant, V Life sciences and molecular connections.
    • Most of these companies are based in locations such as Bangalore, hyderabad, Pune.
    Rank No. Company 2009-10 Revenue in Cr 2008-09 Revenue in Cr 1 Ocimum Biosolution 41.4 47.57 2 Strand Life sciences 35 35
  • 14. Top 20 Biotechnology Industries by Revenue Rank No Company 2009-10 (Revenue in Rs Cr) 2008-09 (Revenue in Rs Cr) % Change Over 08-08 1 Biocon 1180 912 29.34 2 Serum Institute 850 1114 -23.70 3 Panacea Biotec 703.19 597.14 17.76 4 Naziveedu seeds 476.86 449.58 6.07 5 Reliance Life Sciences 450 --- --- 6 Quintiles 375 --- --- 7 Rasi Seeds 358.78 375.59 -4.48 8 NovoNordisks 342 330 3.64 9 Shantha Biotech 334.23 247 35 10 Mahyco 312 211.12 47.7 11 Indian Immunologicals 272.87 231.46 17 12 Bharat Biotech 271.66 241.05 12.7
  • 15. 13 Novozymes South Asia 268 250 7.2 14 Monsanto 255 345 -26 15 Syngene International 252 224.6 12 16 Jubilant Organosys 249.3 242 3 17 Eli Lilly 187 164 13.85 18 Bharat Serums 175 140 25 19 Haffkine Biopharma 168.98 ---- ---- 20 Siro Clinpharm 150 280 -46
  • 16. Future Growth Expected!!!
    • The vaccine market will continue to grow in the range of 10-13% in the next 5 years.
    • New vaccines are going to be introduced : Pneumo conj, Meningo Cong, Swine flu vaccine, Hexavalent vaccine.
    • The CROs going to grow in twice the rate what it is.
    • Due to new hybrid seeds Bioagri is also going to grow fast on an average of 26% in the next 5 years .
    • BioIndustrial will grow over 15% for next 5 Years.
    • Similarly many new projects are undertaken in the field of bioinformatics therefore we look forward the growth in Bioinformatics.
  • 17. Thank You
    • From :- Vinay B. Pantulwar