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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

Pharmaceutical Consultancy Service

A Pharmaceutical consultant provides services to clients in pharmaceutical, healthcare and biotechnology industries. They offer services related to work they are specialized in. They offer export related, regulatory affairs related, design and packaging related, quality, license and other related services to these sectors. These professionals are hired by pharmaceutical companies at permanent basis or as timely basis (when work related to them arises).

Pharmaceutical companies and Entrepreneurs need the support of pharmaceutical consultants in developing a suitable organisational structure, complete licensing formalities, business development, effective launch of products, building an effective company’s web portfolio and social media presence etc. Pharmaceutical consultancy includes A to Z solution for pharmaceutical companies. From point Zero to fully set-up and running a successful business. 

Different types of pharmaceutical consultancy service providers are:
  • Pharma Export Consultants
  • Pharma Business Consultants
  • Pharma Design Consultants
  • Pharma Regulatory Consultants
  • Pharmaceutical Analytical and QA Consultants
  • Pharmaceutical Product Development Consultants

Pharma Export Consultants:

India’s Pharma Export stood at US $ 19.13bn in 2018-19. Pharma Export Consultants are the intermediates who help and consult pharmaceutical companies to start export or expend their export business. They are specialized in regulatory requirements of exporting country, finding export clients, having database of clients and pharmaceutical manufacturers those fulfil norms as per international standards like WHO GMP certification etc.

Persons who have experienced in handling export in pharmaceutical industry generally work as pharma export consultant after setting up own pharma export consultancy firm or individually.

Pharma Business Consultants:

Pharma business consultants provides services like supporting firms on establishing strategic priorities and strategy implementation, developing marketing & sales infrastructure, strengthening manufacturing excellence & process transformation initiatives, selection of right automation initiatives in the value chain, facilitating development of an innovation portfolio, creating a thinking mind set & improving success rate of new product introductions, designing of world class facilities and developing robust infrastructure to deliver on quality compliance among others.

Pharma Design Consultants:

Pharma Design consultancy includes a wide range of applications including pharmaceutical plant design (layout design, civil design, HVAC design, utility design, capacity design and machinery selection, room designs etc), basic engineering and detailed engineering etc.

Pharma Regulatory Consultants:

Regulatory affairs consultants assist companies to plan and manage their pharmaceutical and medical product development programs and regulatory requirements. Pharmaceutical Regulatory Affairs Services includes Dossier/submission preparation or review and filing, Development of regulatory strategy for the product’s life cycle, Facilitate interaction with regulatory agencies, such as in meetings and conference calls, negotiations during development stages, submissions and submission approval process and other works.

Pharmaceutical Analytical and QA Consultants:

Pharma analytical and QA consultancy includes Analytical Program Design, Laboratory Design & Instrumentation, Validation Planning & Design, Data envelopment analysis (DEA) Sample Handling/Systems, Clean Room Assessment and Monitoring, On-Site Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) / Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) Training, Quality Management Systems, Validation Support (Development, Planning, Equipment) etc.

Pharmaceutical Product Development Consultants:

Pharma product development consultants help company formulate development strategies for pharmaceutical and medical products, ranging from lead candidate selection to final regulatory submissions and post-market activities etc

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