PHARMA EXPORT IN AFRICA
Actiza Pharmaceuticals is well known for its pharma exports to Africa. We have grown our export network over the years to reach several African countries including South Africa, Morocco, Egypt, Kenya, Algeria, Libya, Sudan, Tunisia, Uganda, Zambia, Burundi, Madeira, Comoros, Mauritius and many more.
Our products include branded and generic medicines that come in various forms and dosages. In-house manufacturing of all the pharma products is carried out in the manufacturing cum research facility of Actiza Pharmaceuticals. The skilled R & D team along with ultra-modern machinery ensures that you get the best quality product at the most competitive prices. Our product quality is certified by reputed organizations like USFDA, GMP, WHO & ISO and our delivery is hassle-free and on time.
With vast experience in the field of pharma exports and tons of positive feedbacks from our clients, we promise you the best possible customer experience. If you have any further queries about our export services for Africa, you can feel free to contact us. We are keen to answer all your queries
In a very short time span, we have crisscrossed the Asia Pacific, Latin America, Middle-East, Sri Lanka, Africa, CIS countries and many more.
With over 2000 products across more than 20 categories, we offer you depth and variety
We fulfill every requirement: SOPs, BSE, TSE, COO, Mol, CoA, CoPP, GSDP, FIFO
We guarantee 24hrs turnaround for all RFQs with a dedicated team for overseas trade.
Our researches and achievements have grown popular among media channels and other niche platforms.
What is the Role of an Indian Pharmaceutical Company in Africa?
The African population is increasing rapidly. Consequently, the number of senior citizens also increases. Hence, Africa is likely to face a lot of age-related health problems in the coming 30 years. The middle-class in African countries comprise a major chunk of the modern population.
This increases the risk of heart disorders, obesity, and other lifestyle diseases. In addition to it, the tropical climate makes Africa a host of deadly infectious diseases like cholera, polio, malaria, tuberculosis, etc. As a result, improvement in the pharma sectors of African countries is the need of the hour. However, the current scenario is not very promising. Weak education and lack of qualified pharmacies are causing hindrance in the medical upliftment of African countries. The only way out is the involvement of international players. This will boost allied domestic industries, as the new entrants will need to tie-up with local businesses of manufacturing, packaging, and distribution. The result will be an improved pharmaceutical ecosystem in Africa.
The partnership of African suppliers with Indian exporters can be particularly beneficial. Indian pharma companies have the unique ability to produce high-quality generics at the most affordable prices. These generics may prove to be life-saving for the vast African population that is still living in poverty. The involvement of Indian companies will create a win-win situation for the common Africans by providing them access to all those medicines that were previously not available. With about 20% of India’s pharma exports going to African countries, Indian pharma companies become crucial for medical upliftment in Africa.