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Introduction to Himalaya Company

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Introduction to Himalaya Company

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Introduction to Himalaya Company

  1. 1. -: Presented By :- Jatin R. Rawal M.Sc Pharmaceutical Medicine – 1st Year Roll No: 07 Email: jatin008rawal@gmail.com
  2. 2. Principles of Ayurveda:  Ayurveda focuses on holistic healing.  It treats the root cause of a disease rather than the symptoms.  Fundamental to Ayurveda is the use of well- balanced combinations of plants and other agents in synergistic formulas.
  3. 3.  Founder: Mr M. Manal  Established In: 1930  Current CEO: Philipe Haydon  Products: Herbal Medicine  Slogan: Wellness Since 1930  Headquarters: Bangalore, India  Himalaya Has Offices In USA, Europe, Middle East, South Africa And South East Asia.  Products Are Sold Over 90 Countries,  Products Are Prescribed By 400,000 Doctors Worldwide  5,000 Employees Worldwide  Turnover (FY-2015-16): Rs. 1,800 Crore About The Company:
  4. 4. Objective of Company: To 'Bring The Traditional Indian Science of Ayurveda To Society In A Contemporary Form'.
  5. 5. History:  Mr. M. Manal forms The Himalaya Drug Company. His vision: Put ayurveda on par with modern medicine.  Launch of Serpina, the world's first anti- hypertensive drug, derived from Rauwolfia serpentina.  Dr. Roshan M. Captain, Ph.D., joins the company and spearheads research and development.
  6. 6.  Liv.52, a hepatoprotective, is launched and goes on to become one of the world's top-selling drugs.  An advanced manufacturing facility is set up in Bangalore.  The company's R&D center moves to Bangalore. Research and development becomes a very important aspect of the company's focus.  The company opens its US office at Houston, Texas.
  7. 7.  The Animal Health Product range for commercial livestock is launched.  Himalaya Herbals launches its personal healthcare products in India.  ISO 9001: 2000 certification awarded for design, manufacture and marketing of herbal health care products.
  8. 8.  UK-based National Quality Assurance gives Himalaya ISO-14001:2004 certification for environment management.  Using innovative patent-pending technology, the company introduces a Certified USDA Organic range of Pure Herbs.  Liv.52 HB, the world’s first herbal drug for the effective management of Hepatitis B, is introduced.
  9. 9. Research & Development:  Research & Development (R&D) Center In Bangalore, Which Is Over 80,000 Sq.Ft Of Space.  A Team Of More Than 200 Physicians And Scientists Working In R&D Facility.  Use Of Advanced Technology. For Example: LCMS Method During Herb Testing.  R&D Center Is Affiliated With, The Rajiv Gandhi Institute Of Health Sciences In Bangalore, As Center For Research By The DST, Government Of India.  Partnered With The Ras Al Khaima Medical Health & Science University UAE, To Promote Joint Research Collaboration In Herbal Medicine.  The R&D Center Is A Vital Institution Of Higher Learning.  Scientists Are Conducting Exciting Research In The Field Of Oncology, Aids, Lifestyle Related Disorders And Women's Health.
  10. 10. Clinical Trials Conducted At:  All India Institute Of Medical Sciences (Delhi),  Apollo Hospitals (Chennai),  St. John's Hospital (Bangalore),  IMS BHU (Varanasi),  Mayo Clinic (Rochester, New York),  The Central Institute Of Tuberculosis Of The Medical Academy Of R.F., (Moscow, Russia),  The Novosibirsk Research TB Institute (Russia),  Charles University (Prague).
  11. 11. Portfolio of The Himalaya Drug Company: Animal Health Products Nutrition Wellness Personal Care Pharmaceuticals Baby Care
  12. 12. Pharmaceuticals:  Serpina  Liv.52  Cystone  Abana  Diabecon DS  Bonnisan  Rumalaya forte
  13. 13. Wellness:  Immunity Wellness: Amalaki  Respiratory Wellness: Vasaka  Sleep Wellness: Tagara  Gastric Wellness: Yashtimadhu  Metabolic Wellness: Karela  Digestive Wellness: Trikatu  Skin Wellness: Manjishtha  General Wellness: Chyavanaprasha  Women's Wellness: Punarnava  Weight Wellness: AyurSlim  Mind Wellness: Brahmi  Bone and Joint Wellness: Shigru  Mens Wellness: Kapikachhu  Cardiac Wellness: Arjuna  Bowel Wellness: Triphala
  14. 14. Personal Care:  Purifying Neem Face Wash  Anti-Hair Fall Cream  Nourishing Body Lotion  Sparkling White Toothpaste  Lip Balm  Under Eye Cream  GreenTea  Himalaya Men Power Glow Licorice Face Wash
  15. 15. Animal Health Products:  HimShakti  Liv.52 forte VET  HimTOX  YuccaFresh  FreshCoat  Furglow  HimCal PET  Scavon Vet
  16. 16. Baby Care:  Baby Lotion  Baby Massage Oil  Baby Diapers  Diaper Rash Cream  Gentle Baby Wipes  Gentle Baby Soap
  17. 17. Nutrition:  HiOwna kidz  HiOwna  HiOwna Momz
  18. 18. Careers:  International Regulatory Affairs - Executive Job Description Co-ordination with internal departments. Requirements to be catered specific to the specific countries Dossier compilation / Planning / Execution. Document review & archivals. Desired Profile PG - M.Pharma - Pharmacy, M.Sc - Any Specialization Doctorate - Doctorate Not Required, Any Doctorate - Any Specialization  Executive - Quality Assurance (analytical) Job Description Review of Specifications and Test Methods Review of Analytical Method Validations, Method Transfers Review of Stability protocols and reports Review of OOS, OOT and other lab investigations. Conducting QC Audits Ensuring GLP Desired Profile PG - M.Pharma - Pharmacy, M.Sc - Any Specialization Doctorate - Doctorate Not Required, Any Doctorate - Any Specialization And Many More..!
  19. 19. Corporate Social Responsibility:  Good for Earth farming: We grow our herbs organically, using good agricultural practices.  Planting trees: They are parterned with Trees for the Future (TFTF), a US-based organization, for planting trees across India. To date, we have planted over 2,50,000 trees.  Biodiversity conservation: It is working with various government bodies across India to conserve endangered medicinal herbs.  Project Abhiyan: Himalaya provides technical assistance to farmers, and trains them in Good Agricultural Practices, sustainable herb collection and organic farming.  Prison Farming Project: Himalaya is working with the local prison authority in Andhra Pradesh, India, to rehabilitate inmates. The prisoners cultivate herbs for Himalaya, earn an income and acquire essential skills.
  20. 20. Certification & Awards:  Research & Development (R&D) center is ISO-9001: 2008 certified.  In March 2001, Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) certificate, issued by the Licensing Authority, Directorate of Indian Systems of Medicine, Bangalore, India.  Himalaya is the first Ayurvedic facility to get GMP certification in India.  Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) certification is granted by the National Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) Compliance Monitoring Authority, DST, Government of India.  Himalaya has received the ISO 14001:2004 certification, the most recognized global standard for excellence in environmental management.  Liv.52 enters the Limca Book of Records 2013as the highest selling herbal drug in India, both in terms of units and rupee value.  The Interactional office of the Control of Medicines in Switzerland approves Liv.52® as a pharmaceutical specialty drug.  Himalaya recognized as a Powerbrand as the No. 1 player in the herbal healthcare and personal care segment.  Himalaya receive the Reader's Digest Trusted Brand 2011 award in the Vitamins/ Health Supplements category.
  21. 21. News: The Indian Express; Bengaluru | Published: September 25, 2016 1:23 pm. http://indianexpress.com/article/business/companies/himalaya-drug-company- to-hire-1000-people-eyes-rs-2500-cr-ore-revenue-in-fiscal-fy183049151/  Himalaya Drug Company to hire 1,000 people, eyes Rs 2,500 crore revenue in fiscal FY18. Maintaining over 20 per cent compounded annual growth rate (CAGR), wellness firm Himalaya Drug Company is looking at Rs 2,500 crore revenue next fiscal and plans to hire around 1,000 people as it enters new verticals and expands distribution network. The homegrown firm had posted Rs 1,800 crore turnover last fiscal and is expecting Rs 2,100 crore sales in 2016-17. “We are expecting revenues of up to Rs 2,500 crore in the next fiscal FY18 maintaining a (CAGR) of over 20 per cent year-on-year,” Himalaya Drug Company CEO Philipe Haydon said.
  22. 22. Contact Details: Address: The Himalaya Drug Company, Makali, Bangalore,Karnataka, Pin Code: 562162, India Contact Number: 1800-208-1930 / 1800-425-1930 (Toll-free in India) Email: customer.service@himalayawellness.com Website: http://www.himalayawellness.com http://careers.himalayawellness.com
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