Zydus Animal Health and Investments Limited
Zydus Animal Health and Investments Limited (Zydus AHL) is a Wholly Owned subsidiary of Cadila Healthcare Ltd, a leading innovation-driven, global healthcare provider with strengths all along the pharmaceutical value chain. With core competence in the field of healthcare, Zydus Cadila provides total healthcare solutions ranging from formulations, active pharmaceutical ingredients, wellness products, diagnostics to animal healthcare products.
From a turnover of Rs. 250 crores in 1995, the group posted revenues of over Rs. 14367 crores in FY 2019-20. A leading healthcare provider, it aims to become a global research based pharmaceutical company and create healthier and happier communities globally.
Zydus Animal Health and Investments Limited (Zydus AHL) spearheads the group’s business in the animal health space and ranks amongst the top companies in the animal health industry in India.
With operations spanning more than six decades, a strong presence in all the therapeutic segments driven by a comprehensive product range, Zydus AHL is a reputed name in the Indian Animal Health industry. It holds leadership positions in the antimicrobials, vitamin injections, anti-mastitis, corticosteroids, Hormones and intra-mammary segments has a strong presence in Poultry vaccines, Antibiotic growth promoters, Anti-coccidials, Nutritionals and others.
In order to cater to specific needs of different animal species, Zydus AHL operates through species-based strategic business units (SBUs). Zydus AHL, with a technically trained field force provides round-the-clock technical services to the veterinary and farming fraternities in India.
With an objective to serve the veterinary and farming fraternities with better solutions, Zydus acquired select brands of the Zoetis in 2016. Zydus AHL has a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility at Haridwar, operated by a competent team of experts to ensure the best quality of the products.
Zydus AHL has tied up with Phibro AHC to market their products in India and Nepal.