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The Rise Of Supriya Lifescience : A Comprehensive Company Profile.

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Mumbai, 21st of June, 2024 :

What is the Supriya Life science’s outlook for next 5 years?

Supriya Lifescience Ltd. intends to significantly increase its income over the following five years, doubling it by fiscal year 27. This expansion will be fuelled by adding new products, penetration into regulated markets and CMO opportunities. In the short term, we predict 21-22% sales growth in FY25, while maintaining a good EBITDA margin of 28-30%. In addition, we intend to invest Rs 100 crore in capital expenditure over the next two to three years, which would be paid exclusively from internal resources and without the use of debt.

What are the Investment plans of the Company?

Supriya Lifescience’s investment plans anticipate tremendous development in the next years. The company intends to increase its sales to Rs 1,000 crore in three years by expanding into higher-margin niche markets and improving its product offerings. To achieve this aim, Supriya Lifescience is investing around Rs 60 crore in a new facility in Ambernath, near Mumbai, that will focus on CMO opportunities in finished dosage area. It also intends to offer six to seven novel compounds addressing areas such as anti-anxiety, anaesthesia, and anti-diabetes.

The company’s investment in research and development (R&D) is critical for developing a pipeline of novel molecules. Furthermore, Supriya Lifescience is planning to enter highly regulated markets while also investigating contract development and manufacturing options to fuel its growth. Supriya Lifescience, which generates more than 80% of its income from exports, is looking to expand into North American markets in addition to its strong position in China, South America, and the Asia-Pacific area. Notably, the business has already begun filings in the United States and Europe for numerous of its goods.

Supriya Lifescience employs a backward integration strategy to enhance supply chain stability and reduce price volatility for its core APIs.

Furthermore, the company’s commitment to innovation can be witnessed in its establishment of two new R&D centres: one for product lifecycle management at the current Lote site, and another with a pilot plant for new molecules, contract development, and marketing at Ambernath. Supriya Lifescience has obtained an 80,000-square-meter plot of land at Isambe Industrial Park near Pen in the Raigad district for future growth, indicating its long-term vision and strategic planning.

What are the new segments that Supriya Lifescience Specifically looking at?

 To ensure long-term success, Supriya Lifescience continues to focus on growing product offerings and broadening its portfolio. While our Analgesic/Anesthetic sector continues to perform well, other segments have shown minor dips, as is typical of quarterly changes in therapeutic performance. However, the bulk of our medicines are exhibiting growth patterns. We have strategic goals to strengthen our sectors even more. We are actively broadening our portfolio by adding additional medicines. We have expanded our product line to include anti-anxiety and anti-diabetic drugs. This expansion demonstrates our dedication to supporting varied medical demands and broadening our market reach. Thus, by continuously assessing market demands and innovating our product portfolio, we aim to enhance the performance of all segments, ensuring sustained growth and value for our stakeholders.

Are there any plans of the company for expansion of Portfolio?

 We are actively broadening our product portfolio and entering new markets to lessen our dependency on certain goods and users. We are broadening our portfolio by launching new goods and cures. Throughout addition, we are working to get regulatory clearances throughout North and Latin America. Our recent ANVISA audit clearance with no concerns strengthens our belief in these initiatives. We invested between Rs 60 and 70 crores on Module E, which will shortly quadruple our production capacity to 900KL. This growth not only helps us with our new goods, but it also creates prospects for collaboration. Furthermore, we’re planning to invest another Rs 60 crore in our Ambernath site to set up a bottling line for a new anaesthetic product. With the global market for this product valued at $ 300 million, we see promising growth potential in this expansion.

Why are Chemical Companies entering into Pharma?

 Several strong considerations are driving chemical companies to invest in India’s pharmaceutical business. For example, the phenomenal growth experienced in the Indian chemical sector outperforms broader market indexes and is expected to continue, creating an appealing investment environment. Second, the increase in domestic demand, together with India’s expected contribution to global chemical consumption, creates a profitable market potential. Third, increasing worldwide consumer demands for eco-friendly products may benefit India, given its considerable chemical production capability.

Furthermore, in the face of changing geopolitical dynamics and the necessity for resilient supply chains, companies are looking to diversify manufacturing areas, which adds to India’s appeal. The rising pharmaceutical industry in India, driven by population growth and economic prosperity, has significant growth potential, particularly for pharmaceuticals that treat chronic conditions. India’s proven manufacturing capabilities, notably in generics and vaccines, position it as a major participant in the global pharmaceutical industry. Furthermore, advancements in the Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) environment increase the appeal of the Indian market to global pharmaceutical producers. These converging characteristics not only make India an appealing market for pharmaceutical expansion, but also present considerable opportunity for chemical businesses to diversify their operations successfully.

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