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Suyog Life Sciences is a family-owned company and has worked in the chemical business for the last 30 years. Founded in 1983, Suyog began as a dye and pigment manufacturing company. It is the second largest manufacturer of blue dyes in India and exports about 300 metric tons per month. Suyog's brand name is automatically associated with this specific dye colour. As the dye business requires high volumes to survive in the market, the company decided to diversify into the pharmaceutical industry due to its lower-volume, higher-value products.

In 2006, Suyog began its pharmaceutical business with the aim of manufacturing pharmaceutical intermediates. As the parent company operates completely in exports, we also began to focus more into pharmaceutical export business. In 2010, Company started improving the infrastructure to make it an auditable manufacturing site. Upon realizing local GMP approval was not enough for success in the overseas API market, the company started focusing on intermediates and marketed itself as an intermediate manufacturer. In 2010, Suyog attained its first ICH Q7 audit from a European customer and has had successful European audits every six months since then. Europe now accounts for 80% of Suyog's customer base, 60% of which comes from Spain and Italy. These customers purchase Suyog intermediates, manufacture the APIs and export them to the United States for formulation.

Key Facts of Suyog Life Sciences Pvt. Ltd.:

Company Name

Suyog Life Sciences Private Limited (SLS)

Nature of Business

Developer, Manufacturer & Exporter of API, Drug Intermediates & Speciality Chemicals.

Registered Office & Manufacturing Site Address

Plot No.: 145/B, Near Fire Station, G.I.D.C., Ankleshwar-393002, Gujarat (India)

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