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Query: I am interested to start a small pharmaceutical packaging company and I am looking for some information. I have found your email on google when I was reading your article on how to start a pharmaceutical packaging company. Can you provide me some guidance that how can I start a pharmaceutical packaging company and how much investment require for small scale.  Response: You can start a pharmaceutical packaging printing company by setting up machinery and equipment. Unlike pharmaceutical manufacturing plants, there is no requirement of taking drug related licenses for pharmaceutical packaging companies. You can set-up a packaging company just like any other un-regulated sector. Search for premises Take GST number Purchase machinery and equipment's Tie-up with pharmaceutical finished goods manufacturing unit Supply to them But for starting a packaging company, you need to have knowledge of some skills like basic knowledge of designing, printing process and requirements of pharm

List of WHO:GMP certified pharmaceutical manufacturing companies in Sikkim (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

Sikkim

This list contains manufacturing unit name and address (list may include loan license)
  • Sun Pharma Setipool Nandok Block East Sikkim
  • Sun Pharma Unit-II, Samlick Marchak East Sikkim
  • Cipla Ltd. Kumrek Rangpo East Sikkim
  • Cilpla Ltd. Unit-II, Rorathang East Sikkim
  • Golden Cross P Pvt Ltd. Rorathang East Sikkim
  • Glenmark P Pvt Ltd. Samlik Marchak East Sikkim
  • Micro Labs Mamring South Sikkim
  • Swiss Garnier Mamring South Sikkim
  • Macleods P Aho Yanngtam East Sikkim
  • Macleods P Unt Iiaho Yanngtam East Sikkim
  • Lupin Ltd 4 Mile Bhasmey East Sikkim
  • Shangrila Industries Pvt Ltd. Mining Rangpo East Sikkim
  • Swiss Garnier Unit Ii Mulukey East Sikkim
  • Zydus Healthcare Bagey Khola East Sikkim
  • Torrent Unit-Iii Bagey Khola East Sikkim
  • Intas Ltd. Bagey Khola East Sikkim
  • Alkem Health Sciences Kumrek , East Sikkim
  • Alkem Health Sciences Unit-I, Samardung, South Sikkim
  • Alkem Health Sciences Unit-II, Samardung, South Sikkim
  • Alkem Health Sciences Unit-III, Samardung, South Sikkim
  • Alembic Ltd. Samardung, South Sikkim
  • Aishwarya Health Samardung, East Sikkim
  • Intas Ltd. Unit Ii Samardung South Sikkim
  • Catchet P Ltd,. Kabrey South Sikkim
  • STP P Pvt Ltd. Sangkhola East Sikkim
  • PTS P Pvt Ltd. Sangkhola East Sikkim
  • Torrent P Ltd. 32no. East Sikkim
  • Torrent P Ltd. Unit Ii 32no. East Sikkim
  • Indchemie Health Specialties, Kumrek East Sikkim
  • Indchemie Health Specialties, Unit II, kumrek East Sikkim
  • Ipca Lab Ltd. Jorethang Road South Sikkim
  • Zuventus Healthcare Ltd. Kamarey Bhasmey, East Sikkim

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