Mohan Bhandari receives Life-time Achievement Award at 59th IPC Conference held at BHU, Varanasi. This honour is bestowed upon stalwarts who have brought a significant difference to the Indian pharmaceutical industry and elevated it to a global level.
Mr. Mohan Bhandari, Chairman and Managing Director, Bilcare Ltd. was felicitated with the Life-time Achievement Award during the 59th IPC conference being held here from Dec 21 – 23, 2007. The award was presented to Mr. Bhandari by Dr. John L. LaMattina, Senior Vice-President Pfizer Inc and President Pfizer Global Research and Development, who was the guest of honour at the function. This honour is bestowed upon stalwarts who have brought a significant difference to the Indian pharmaceutical industry and elevated it to a global level.
Mr. Bhandari laid the foundation of Bilcare Ltd. 20 years ago, in 1983 with the vision to build leadership in the pharmaceutical packaging industry. Under his able leadership, the company has grown manifold, went public and acquired companies in US, Europe and
Under the leadership of Mr. Bhandari, Bilcare Ltd., which started off as a pharma packaging company has diversified into pharma based services, Clinical Trial supply and services, packaging research and has also established clinical research academies in various key markets in
On receiving this honour, Mr. Mohan Bhandari said, ‘I am delighted that finally the industry is recognizing our endeavour in research and packaging and other critical areas of services. With this kind of recognition, we shall move ahead to make novel innovations which would benefit the healthcare industry.’
Bilcare, headquartered in
Bilcare’s biggest contribution to the pharmaceutical industry so far, is the anti-counterfeit product. This product will help the pharmaceutical industry in securing their brand, increasing every product’s warranty and traceability, ensuring healthcare compliance and secure the supply management chain apart from eradicating counterfeit.
Out of major investments in nanotechnology research & development happening today, this is one of the first cost effective and useful solutions for the common man. The technology uses combination of new material with unique magnetic properties and proprietary pattern recognition in a cost effective way to mass manufacture identification tags. These nano-tags are virtually impossible to duplicate with inbuilt magnetic fingerprint technology, which can be read by specially developed magneto-optic readers. This data is then sent through a normal GPRS cell phone to the Central Server for instant secured authentication, which in turn identifies the pedigree of each product.
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Bilcare stock price
On January 30, 2015, Bilcare closed at Rs 63.95, down Rs 0.95, or 1.46 percent. The 52-week high of the share was Rs 111.35 and the 52-week low was Rs 41.60.
The latest book value of the company is Rs 363.04 per share. At current value, the price-to-book value of the company was 0.18.
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