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All drugs purchased by Ganpati Exim Inc are from large, established manufacturers, such as Cipla, Sun Pharma, Ranbaxy, Glaxo, Pfizer, Lupin, Cadila, Glenmark, Avnantis pharma , Ajanta Pharma , Piramal Heath Care, Mankind  and many others, whose plants pass regular inspections by visiting regulators from the F.D.A.'s of the United States, Britain, Canada, Germany, France, Spain, and other countries. Ranbaxy as an example has U.S. F.D.A. approval for 20 of its generic products and it even owns a factory in New Brunswick, N.J
 
Trained and experienced professionals supervise all phases of drug purchasing and order fulfillment for our pharmacy. Your order is filled with drugs drawn only from factory authorized supply depots, the same immense inventory pool as that used to fill and dispense thousands of prescriptions daily and to supply dozens of other retail pharmacies. This assures you that your drugs are factory fresh, genuine, and of the highest quality.
 
All of the drugs that we offer that are in the form of pills, capsules, or tablets are machine sealed at the factory in sealed strip packs or in some cases bottles, they are untouched by human hands at any time during production and sealing.
 
When you place an order, it is sent electronically to our fulfillment center in India where it is filled and dispensed by licensed pharmacists. This pharmacy has been in business for 10 years and supplies clients all over the world.
 
The pharmacy buys in large quantities from ;U.S. FDA inspected manufacturers authorized supply depots or directly from the manufacturers, assuring a direct chain of custody from the manufacturer to Ganpat Exim Inc. In fact there is a staff of 11 including 2 registered Pharmacists and 2 Doctor's who work only on the process of filling and dispensing export orders.
 
Think of these supply depots as controlled regional warehouses and shipping facilities for a smaller Walgreen's. Our fulfillment pharmacy distribution center fulfills and ships orders for our pharmacy the same way it does for all of its worldwide clients. We pull ordered items from our inventory of drugs that are purchased in wholesale quantities from the major drug manufacturers of India, and pack and label them for shipment to our customers.
 
The only way in which the fulfillment process for your order differs from that used in filling orders for local clients or wholesale clients is that our completed, packed, and labeled packages are picked up at the distribution center by an air courier truck, instead of being loaded into the normal distribution process. This business model yields many benefits for our pharmacy customers.
 
This volume plus our professional staff is of great benefit to our customers. The sales volume creates turnover that assures you that the drugs you get are fresh and not near expiration, and the professional staff, long business experience, and direct procurement from factory supply depots, eliminates any thought of counterfeiting or illicit manufacturing.
 
Many of our medications are manufactured in India, which has an enormous pharmaceutical industry, largely owned and operated by US drug companies. Indian Patent law has a quirk that under international law, allows scientists there to reverse engineer the active molecule of brand name drugs using a different process than the original patent to do it, and obtain a process patent of their own on the new process.
 
These medications, legally made and patented in India, without huge development and advertising costs are legal for sale worldwide, at a fraction of the cost of the name brand they duplicate, and that is why our prices are low, and is the cause of the huge controversy about the importation of drugs to the U.S.
 
The result is that India has become the largest producer of generic drugs in the world, with a quality that meets all health and medical standards. Our pills and caps are machine sealed in bubble packaging at the FDA inspected factories, untouched by human hands.
 
In point of fact, all of the drugs we offer are made by manufacturers that are U.S. FDA, Health Canada or UKMHRA inspected and approved.
 
US companies have spent billions in advertising to convince you that brand and generic drugs are not the same, although their use is encouraged by AARP, so now you know the actual facts.
 
This business model yields many benefits for our pharmacy customers. All drugs, which are manufactured in India, are purchased by Ganpati Exim Inc from large, established manufacturers, such as Cipla, Sun Pharma, Ranbaxy, Glaxo, Pfizer, Lupin, Cadila, Glenmark, Avnantis pharma , Ajanta Pharma, and many others, whose plants pass regular inspections by visiting regulators from the equivalent of the United States FDA of Britain, Canada, Germany, France, Spain, and other countries
 
Trained and experienced professionals supervise all phases of drug purchasing and order fulfillment for our pharmacy. Your order is filled with drugs drawn from the same immense inventory pool as that used to fill bulk orders from the supply depots retail clients which dispense thousands of prescriptions daily. This assures you that your drugs are factory fresh, genuine, and of the highest quality.
 
All of the drugs that we offer that are in the form of pills, capsules, or tablets are machine sealed at the factory in 10 unit bubble packs, and are untouched by human hands.
 
New York Times Comments
The New York Times, in an article in its December 1, 2000 issue entitled "Medicine Merchants" said companies "such as Cipla and Ranbaxy Laboratories are reputable companies that make much of their money manufacturing ingredients for American and European companies.", and, "70 percent to 80 percent of the key ingredients in American-made generic drugs come from foreign suppliers, as do about 60 percent of brand name drugs."
 
The Times article goes on to say "The large independents, like Cipla, Ranbaxy, Dr. Reddy's, Wockhardt and Sun Pharma, already produce many generic drugs for export to America, Europe and Japan, so they pass regular inspections by visiting regulators for the United States, Britain, Germany, and elsewhere".
 
 
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