TAPI (Teva Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients)
Teva Pharmaceutical Ingredients is the largest API manufacturer in the world today with over 75 years of
experience and approximately $ 750 million in sales to third parties. The company currently has the
largest portfolio of over 300 API industries. TAPI employs over 5000 professionals worldwide with
headquarters in Israel, near Tel Aviv. Production amenities are situated in Hungary, Croatia, Israel, India,
Puerto Rico, Mexico, and the United States. Company research and development units are currently more
than 750 scientists who specialize in chemistry, synthesis, fermentation, API high power extraction
systems, synthetic peptides, derived vitamin D and prostaglandins.
Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories Ltd
Dr. Reddy is another leading API manufacturer and 60 API used for the production of medicines,
diagnostic kits, critical care and biotechnology products. Since 2006, Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories has
reached more than $ 500 million in sales and 75% came from its API and formulations brand. In 2007,
Dr. Reddy has six production plants pharmaceutical ingredients FDA only in India. Currently, Dr. Reddy
holds and manages all processes of development and API manufactures for compliance of the completed
dose database to the regulators agencies.
Cipla was one of the first companies to develop and produce active pharmaceutical ingredients fully and
thus helped to start the base down for the pharma business in India.
Today, more than 200 generic APIs covering several ranges of category are made to over 170 countries
worldwide. Cipla has three production facilities in India, which were approved by reliable regulators.
Aurobindo is a completely incorporated international pharma company. The activities of the API is fully
compatible with the technologically advanced research infrastructure and API manufacturing, develops
new products and participate with them in the delivery market. Aurobindo has a list of products from over
200 active substances with five of its manufacturing facilities inspected by regulators known as the FDA
and the MHRA.