for 30 Years
Quality First   Customer First
Luohe Nanjiecun Pharmaceutical Group Pharmacy Co., Ltd. is a professional company engaged in the production of Rifamycin series Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient, located in Luohe City, Henan Province. Luohe Nanjiecun Pharmaceutical Group Pharmacy Co., Ltd. enjoys a good environment and transport facilities. Having pleasant weather, this is one of the ideal place for pharmaceutical production.
The predecessor of the company, Luohe Jixiong Pharmacy Co., Ltd. was established in 1988, covers an area of 55000 square meters, is the nation’s largest Rifamycin series API production facility, high-tech enterprises in Henan Province.
In 2004, it was authorized GMP by the State Food & Drug Administration Bureau.
DMF for Rifampicin was completed in 2005 and the product is Registered in India since 2006.
In 2011, our plant was audited by Drug Control Center by Government of India (DCGI).
Rifampicin was also registered in Russia in 2008.
Rifamycin SV Sodium
Our key API Rifampicin complies with various pharmacopeial standards like CP, BP, EP, IP, USP.
All of our products are sold well in domestic as well as various export markets. We export to Southeast Asia, India, Russia, Pakistan, Germany, North America, South America, Africa, etc.
We have also developed some new products like Rifamycin Sodium, Rifaximin, Rifabutin and Rifapentine which have great potential in global markets.
China has expanded to be the second largest pharmaceutical market globally with USD 137 billion in total spending in 2018, but growth has slowed from a 19% CAGR in 2008–2013 to an 8% CAGR in 2013–2018
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