Sami Labs receives Pharmexcil awards


Bangalore based Indian multinational health science company, Sami Labs, which manufactures and markets Phytonutrients and standardized herbal extracts, specialty fine chemicals, and organic intermediates used in the nutritional, pharmaceutical and food industries, has been awarded with the prestigious Pharmexcil (Pharmaceuticals Export Promotion Council) Outstanding Exports Performance Award 2013-14 in the Herbals Category and Silver Patent Award in recognition of commendable contribution in Herbals/Nutraceuticals Category during the 10th Annual Pharmexcil Meet at Hotel “Park Hyatt, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad” on September 19, 2014.

The honour was conferred by Ashutosh Gupta, Chairman, Pharmexcil. Among other dignitaries from Pharmexcil were present the Vice Chairman Madan Mohan Reddy, and the Director General Dr. P V Appaji. Sami Labs emerged as a winner out of the tough competition as there was only one award for the Herbal Category.

“It is a proud moment for us and we are elated to receive these awards. It is extremely significant while the first award was recognition of our export performance in Herbals Category and the second was a strong affirmation of our commendable contribution in obtaining Intellectual Property Rights in the Herbals/Nutraceuticals Category. We believe in making a difference to the society as we work towards achieving our vision to create an Indian Multinational, Research Oriented – Preventive Healthcare Company and Globally Popularize Indian Heritage Ayurveda by establishing its Effectiveness through Modern Scientific Methods and Protecting the Outstanding Molecules with Patents Worldwide” said Dr Muhammed Majeed, Founder and Managing Director, Sami Labs.

Pharmexcil, the sole agency formed in 2004 by Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Government of India, issues RCMCs (Registration cum Membership Certificates) to all pharma exporters. Pharmexcil thus encourage all the Indian pharma and health science companies to play a key role in exporting drugs.

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