Zestagen Healthcare


Manufacturing Facilities

Zestagen Healthcare has state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities located in Baroda and Ahmedabad (Gujarat) which are WHO-GMP, NAFDAC (Nigeria), and FDA (Ghana) approved. Our facilities are capable of manufacturing quality Tablets, Capsules, Eye, Ear, Nasal Drops, Injectables, Creams and Ointments, Oral liquids, and Dry Powder which cover wide therapeutic segments. In addition, we also produce Psychotropic and controlled sub-stances.

These regulatory approvals of the manufacturing facilities bring ease to exporting our products. Thereby, endorsing our dedication to adhering to stringent quality operations, processes, and practices.

Our manufacturing facilities are committed to implementing Good manufacturing practices (GMP) and Good laboratory practices (GLP). Thereby, the products are manufactured with highquality standards which are maintained at each and every stage of the manufacturing process. The facilities are equipped with advanced automation systems and automatic data recording monitors for process control like air distribution, temperature, humidity, auto cleaning process, etc.

Beta Lactam Tablet, Capsule, Powder manufacturing unit.

GMP approved facility.

Rajkot, Gujarat, India

Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India

Dedicated Pharmaceutical Drug (Tablet, Capsule, Syrup, Powder) Manufacturing Unit.

WHO-GMP, approved facility.

Injection Manufacturing Unit.

WHO-GMP, approved facility.

Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India

Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India

Hormonal Tablet, Capsule Manufacturing Unit.

WHO-GMP, approved facility.

Softgel, Capsule Manufacturing Unit.

WHO-GMP, approved facility.

Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India

Frequently Asked Questions

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What is a pharmaceutical contract manufacturing organization?

A pharma CMO is a special kind of an organization, offering contract manufacturing services to pharmaceutical companies for various kinds of drug formulation.

Why should you do pharmaceutical contract manufacturing ?

Reduce overall costs and time to market :
Contract manufacturers already have the needed infrastructure and technical staff, so working with a CMO or CDMO can decrease the cost of manufacturing your pharmaceutical products.

Scalability and flexible production capacity :
You can produce what you need when you need it without worrying about excess capacity. Additionally, CMOs understand the importance of quality and compliance, so you don’t have to sacrifice safety for scalability.

Save on upgrading and maintaining equipment :
If you have your manufacturing facility, you’ll have to pay to upgrade your equipment as technology advances—which can get expensive. A CMO/CDMO’s only function is to make and distribute products, so part of their core business responsibility is to update their equipment whenever needed and perform maintenance.

Ease supply chain issues :
During the pandemic, there were several instances of supply chain issues, including medicine shortages. CMOs are generally better equipped than startups to handle a supply chain crisis.

Bandwidth to focus on core competencies:
When your company resources aren’t directly allocated to manufacturing and distribution, you have more time to focus on other tasks, like marketing your new drug, researching, or working on drug discovery.

What are the manufacturing site approvals you have?

We have 6+ manufacturing sites with a minimum of WHO GMP certification and other country-specific approvals like NAFDAC approved, PPK Kenya Approved, TFDA Tanzania Approved, EU-GMP Approved, PICS Approved.

What is your manufacturing Capacity for each dosage forms?

We have below manufacturing capacity :
For Tablet, Capsule, and soft gel: up to 1 million units per shift
For Syrup: up to 0.05 Million per shift
For Ampoule and Vial: up to 0.1 million units per shift
For Ointment and Cream: up to 0.1 million units per shift
For Suppository: 0.1 Million units per shift