Shreyash Distributors, recognised by Agusto and Terrace, invited to Pharma B2B Expo at Mumbai
SP SAGAR ZILPE
The author is a Senior Consultant CVIO, Central Board of Excise and Customs.
Shreyash Distributors, a health care unit owned by SPNZ Technologies Private Limited and a unit recognised and appreciated by Pharmaceutical giants like ‘Agusto’ and ‘Terrace’, were invited to Pharma B2B Expo held at Mumbai. The unit, headed by Mr. Yogesh Mane, presently operates from Pune and Ahmednagar. SPNZ Technologies Private Limited, a Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP) awarded start-up, is managed by Ms. shubhangi Zilpe and Mrs. Seema Nawalkar.
Shreyash Distributors’ public relation handle has recently confirmed an association with leading pharma brand ‘Terrace’ to enter into Pharmaceutical manufacturing segment. This will extend the company’s operating arm from mere distribution and marketing to manufacturing across the pharma retail chain in Maharashtra.
The decision of the company to enter into the manufacturing segment is expected to create a number of employment opportunities for the local youth along with supply chain entrepreneurship opportunities. The company intends to help the rural youth through developmental intervention and resultant employment creations. SPNZ Technologies, with support from AXIS Bank, Hadapsar, has set-up a Jan-Aushadhi Kendra to benefit the rural youth.
Shreyash Distributors has a vision to provide first-aid kits and pharma assistance to the remote rural areas in India where there is a huge gap in the availability of medical facilities. Shreyash also intends to help local youngsters to convert themselves into successful entrepreneurs. As a firm supported by the Government of India’s think-tank NITI Aayog and the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP), SPNZ Technologies is spreading its arm across the verticals.
The decision by the management to enter into the pharma manufacturing segment is well appreciated by local business groups, and the government as well. Union Health and Family Welfare Minister J.P. Nadda had recently appreciated the efforts of the company and its intervention in the healthcare sector.
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