Mankind Pharma, the 7th largest Pharmaceutical Company of India, was incepted in 1995 with a meagre capital of 50 lakhs and 20 employees. Today, we are amongst the top 5 fastest growing Pharmaceutical companies of India with an employee base of more than 10000 and heading towards a turnover of 3000 crores. We aspire to aid the community in leading a healthy life through two parallel objectives: formulating, developing & commercializing medicines and delivering affordable & accessible medication that satisfies urgent medical needs.
Mankind is a fully integrated pharmaceutical company, with a comprehensive network of 61 C&F agents & 6000 Stockists. With a pan India presence, our offerings span in Antibiotics, Antifungals, Gastrointestinals, NSAIDs, Anthelmintics, Cardiovascular, Dermal and Erectile Dysfunction categories. Our strong portfolio of businesses, geographies and products ranging from Pharma to popular OTC & FMCG brands – Unwanted72, PregaNews, Kustody, Adiction, Gas-O-Fast, and Manforce Condoms provide us the strategic benefits of integration that allow us to perform best in an increasingly competitive market.
With the thrust of making headway, in 2007 Mankind acquired Magnet Labs Pvt. Ltd. and marked its marketing presence in antipsychotic segment. In January 2010, Mankind acquired Longifene, the former brand of UCB Belgium. We are further expanding the horizon of Serving Life in Vietnam Philippines, Myanmar and other regulated and semi-regulated markets by 2015.
Today, after those tentative first steps, Mankind’s voyage is not only going strong but radiating new standards and that miniscule initial investment has grown by giant strides to crores of rupees in wealth for Mankind’s stakeholders. Having succeeded in garnering the trust of all, Mankind will continue to dream big on its path of novelty and eminence and millions of consumers will relish the results with contentment thereafter.
"To support a healthy & active lifestyle through our broad portfolio of Pharma, OTC & FMCG products."
"To be amongst the top three pharmaceutical companies of India by 2016-17"