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Indian Immunologicals Limited. - Manufacturer of animal health, human health & animal feed and nutrition in Jaipur, Rajasthan.

Nature of Business

Manufacturer

Legal Status of Firm

Limited Company (Ltd./Pvt.Ltd.)

Annual Turnover

Rs. 500 - 1000 Crore

GST Number

08AAACI6620F1ZU

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The Animal Health division of IIL is engaged in marketing a range of livestock and companion animal health products such as Vaccines, Formulations (Anti-infectives, Anti-parasiticides, NSAIDs) and Nutraceuticals. IIL also markets generics and over-the-counter (OTC) products which are available at all veterinary retail outlets.

IIL actively pursues and collaborates with NGOs, State and Central Government agencies for mass vaccination programmes and for post vaccination follow ups. The division works to create awareness among dairy farmers on issues related to animal health through its extension activities at District Cooperative Societies (DCS) and Cooperative Milk Unions. Continued Medical Education (CME), Video On Wheels (VOW), Vaccination Camps and Farmer Contact Programme (FCP) activities are conducted regularly to improve animal health status. The division is an active participant in major animal trade fairs, shows and also an avid sponsor of educational events in veterinary colleges across India.

In addition CRM initiatives, such as publishing of periodicals/journals, technical workshops and 24 Hours toll free number service, has helped IIL gain competitive edge by embracing customer needs and building value driven long term relationships.

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Human Health business is conducted through Human Biologicals Institute (HBI), a division of Indian Immunologicals Ltd. It was formed in the year 1998, when the Govt. of India requested IIL to produce a modern tissue culture anti- rabies vaccine in order to phase out the unsafe Nerve Tissue Vaccine (NTV). The first manufacturing facility of HBI was set up at Ooty in 1998, one of the largest of its kind in India that has rolled out first Vero cell culture rabies vaccine in 2000. The manufacturing units conform to WHO-GMP, ISO 9001: 2015, EMS 14001:2015 and OHSAS 18001:2007 standards.

IIL set up its other manufacturing facilities at Hyderabad for DPT, DT, TT and Hepatitis-B vaccine. This Plant was inaugurated by the then Honorable President of India, Late Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam in 2003. Today, IIL is a leading player in human vaccine segment, both in single and multiple dosage forms.

Today Human Health division of IIL has emerged as a leading player in the vaccine segment in India and Nepal. In year 2014 IIL has forayed into clinically proven wellness products that will enrich the overall health. The marketing arm of Human Health reaches the entire geography of India and Nepal through valued products and services in line with the Vision & Mission of IIL.

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IIL ventured into the animal feed and nutrition business in line with the plan of the National Dairy Development Board (NDDB) to deliver the National Dairy Plan which contemplates bridging the growing demand-supply gap for milk in our country by targeting a milk output of 180 million metric tons by the year 2020 by focusing on increasing productivity of milch cattle.

Feed constitutes the most important factor affecting the productivity of milch cattle. Dairy cattle in India are mostly fed crop residues and a small amount of concentrate ingredients. The quantum of the concentrates fed is dependent on their availability and price rather than on nutritional requirements of the animal. These practices have restricted the milk production from dairy animals whose average milk output remains much below their genetic potential. Imbalanced feeding has also negatively affected the reproductive cycles of the dairy animals. Consequently there are lengthier calving intervals which again negatively affect the milk output. The concept of providing the dairy animal with nutritionally balanced feed in accordance with its physiological states such as growth, pregnancy and lactation is yet to be accepted and assimilated by the dairy farmer.

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