WHO INT’L INSPECTION

From August 15 – 19, 2011, the delegates from WHO International have inspected STADA plant at VSIP.

The inspection has been done successfully and we are expected to get the certificate in the near future. It is really a pride for STADA-VN in particular and for Vietnam pharmaceutical field in general.

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This success is a result of great efforts of all employees of STADA-VN during the last time.

About STELLA

STELLAPHARM is one of leading generics pharmaceutical companies and strong producer of anti-viral drugs in Vietnam. The company established in Vietnam in 2000; and focuses on both prescription drugs and non-prescription especially in cardiovascular diseases, anti-viral drugs, anti-diabetics drugs, etc. and our products are now used by millions of patients in more than 50 countries worldwide.

The company is globally recognized for its quality through our facilities have been audited and approved by stringent authority like EMA, PMDA, Taiwan GMP, local WHO and others.

Additional information for this article: Stellapharm J.V. Co., Ltd. – Branch 1
A: 40 Tu Do Avenue, Vietnam – Singapore Industrial Park, An Phu Ward, Thuan An Town, Binh Duong Province, Vietnam
T: +84 274 376 7470 | F: +84 274 376 7469 | E: info@stellapharm.com | W: www.stellapharm.com

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