- Enriching Health Through Quality Products.
- To contribute to the enrichment of quality of life around India through the creation of innovative pharmaceuticals, and through the provision of pharmaceuticals addressing diverse medical needs.
- Improve the health and quality of human life
- Superior performance in meeting current challenges and demand by providing relevant medicines
- Achieving Healthcare satisfaction & delivering products which enable people to live healthier, happier, active & stress free life.
- To become a front-runner pharmaceutical company in India by acquiring leadership position in various therapy segments.
- Generate employment opportunity for the youth of the country and employ them in a gainful manner and to thereby contribute towards all round prosperity of the nation.
- Committed to bringing innovative products for the healthcare professional to improve the health and well being of individuals.
- To make our presence in International Market by competing in quality, service and cost effectiveness.
- We are responsible to the society. We shall be good corporate citizens and will be driven by high ethical standards in our practices.
Saksham Pharmaceuticals (India) Ltd.
The healthcare industry is witnessing a period of sustained growth. For the last few years the industry is growing at 15% per annum and the same trend is estimated to last for another decade or more. This is driven by the fact that the Indian healthcare infrastructure is grossly under developed, demand leads supply and there exists considerable shortage of quality healthcare services.
We at Saksham recognize the opportunity, and are inclined to aggressively grow, both in network and in revenues, in the next few years to leverage on the growth opportunity. Indian healthcare liberation is dominated by public hospitals, trustee hospitals and other unorganised private hospitals/nursing homes. A recent sector study indicated that of the private infrastructure, 84% facilities are with less than 30 beds! Majority of these facilities are devoid of quality standards and offer a very basic service quality. The emergence of large corporate hospitals offering.