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List of WHO:GMP certified pharmaceutical manufacturing companies in Daman & Diu (India)

List of WHO:GMP certified pharmaceutical manufacturing companies Andhra Pradesh, Assam , Dadra & Nagar Haveli, Daman & Diu, Delhi, Goa, Gujarat, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh , Jammu & Kashmir, Karnataka, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh , Maharashtra, Puducherry, Punjab , Rajasthan, Sikkim, Tamil Nadu, Telangana, Uttar Pradesh, Uttrakhand, West Bengal

Daman & Diu

This list contains manufacturing unit name and address (list may include loan license)
  • M/s. Alkem Laboratories Ltd. Sr. No. 167/2, Dabhel,  Daman
  • M/s. V S. International Pvt. Ltd. Plot No 17 & 18, Golden Ind.  Estate, Somnath Road. Dabhel, Daman.
  • M/s. Macleods Pharmaceuticals Ltd. Plot No. 25-27, Survey No.  366 Premier Industrial Estate, Kachigam, Daman.
  • M/s. Olive Health Care. 197/2, Athiawad, Dabhel Daman.
  • M/s. USV Private Ltd. H/17, H/18, OIDC, Mahatma Gandhi Udyog Nagar, Dabhel, Daman.
  • M/s. Celogen Generics Pvt. Ltd. Plot No. 646/1, Agrawal Industrial Estate, Dabhel, Daman.
  • M/s. Indchemie Health Specialities Pvt. Ltd. Plot No.7, OIDC, Mahatma  U-II Gandhi Udyog Nagar,
  • Dabhel, Daman.
  • M/s. Unique Pharmaceuticals Laboratories, Survey No.1 01/2, 102/1,  Daman Ind. Estate, Kadaiya,  Daman.
  • M/s. Alkem Laboratories Ltd. 167/1, Mahatma Gandhi  U-III, Udyog Nagar, Dabhel, Daman.
  • M/s. Medley Pharmaceuticals Pvt. Ltd.  Survey No. 367/8 & 9, Plot No. 11, Zari Causeway Road, U-I, Kachigam, Nani Daman.
  • M/s. Wockhardt Ltd., 87-A, Silver Ind. Estate, Bhirnpore, Daman.
  • M/s. Aristo Pharmaceuticals Pvt. Ltd., Sr. No. 371, Kunbar Falia, Village Dabhel, Daman.
  • M/s. Zydus Healthcare Limited. Survey No. 48, Ringanwada, Daman.
  • M/s. Softech Pharma Pvt Ltd. Plot No. 708/6, Dabhel, Daman.
  • M/s. Pregna International Limited. Plot No. 219, Survey No. 168, Dabhel lndustrial Co-op. Soc. Ltd.,  Dabhel, Daman - 396210.
  • M/s. Sovereign Pharma Pvt. Ltd. Survey No. 46/1-4, Village Kadaiya, Daman.
  • M/s. Baader Laboratories, Schulz Plot No. J-6, O.I D.C, M. G. Udyog Nagar, Village Dabhel, Daman.
  • M/s. Pregna International Limited, Survey No. 342/3, Plot No. Unit-II. 29, Bharat Industrial Estate, Village Bhrmpore. Daman- 396210
  • M/s. Althea Pharma Pvt Ltd. Plot No. 374, Shed No. "E', Alpha Industrial Park, Athiyawad, Dabhel. Daman- 396210.
  • M/s. Macleods Pharmaceuticals, Plot No.8 & 9, Survey No  363/1 (8-9), Ganesh Limited. Unit-VII Industrial Estate, Kachigam, Daman - 396 210.
  • M/s. Medley Pharmaceuticals Limited., Unit-II. Plot No. 18 & 19, Survey No. 378/7 & 8, 379/2 & 3, Zari  Causeway Road, Kachigam, Daman- 396210.
  • M/s. Coral Laboratories Limited. Plot No. 57/1 (16), Bhenslore,  Dunetha, Daman - 396 210.
  • M/s. Macleods Pharmaceuticals, Plot No. 25-27. Survey No  366, Premier Industrial Limited., Phase-I. Estate, Kachigam, Daman - 396210.
  • M/s. Macleods Pharmaceuticals Limited. Survey No. 363/1, Plot No 07, Ganesh Industrial Estate, Kachigam, Daman - 396 210
  • M/s. Olive Health Care, Unit - II. 163/2, M.G. Udyog Nagar, Dabhel Village, Daman - 396210
  • M/s. Mapra Laboratories Private Limited. Survey No. 275/2, Kunbar Falia, Village Dabhel, Daman - 396210
  • M/s. Indasi Life-science Pvt. Ltd. Plot no. 73 to 76, Silver Industrial Estate, Bhimpore, Daman - 396210
  • M/s. Zydus Healthcare Limited., Unit-II.  Survey no. 49/3, 51/1, 51/2, & 52/1, Village Ringanwada, Daman -  396210
  • M/s. Agam and Gem Laboratories Pvt. Ltd.  Plot no. 5, Daman Industrial Estate, Somnath road, Dabhel, Daman - 396210
  • M/s. Aristo Pharmaceuticals Pvt. Ltd., Survey no. 375/3, Kunbar Falia, Dabhel, Daman - 396210
  • M/s. Bruck Pharma Pvt. Ltd. Plot no. 188/1 to 6, 190, Atiyawad, Dabhel, Daman.

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