The Indian Vaccine Manufacturers Association (IVMA) is a non-government, not-for-profit organisation, comprising of the vaccine manufacturing companies from India. These include;
Bharat Biotech is a pioneering biotechnology company known for its world-class R&D and manufacturing capabilities. The company’s mission is to deliver affordable, safe and high-quality vaccines and bio-therapeutics that help people prevail over diseases. Since its inception in 1996, Bharat Biotech seeks to lead innovation in biotechnology in order to lead the fight against diseases with a focus on emerging markets.
Biological E Limited, the first private sector biological products company in India and the first pharmaceuticals company in South India was established in 1953. Launched by Dr. Vijay Kumar Datla, Biological E (BE) today, is a significant leader in the world of vaccine market. BE supplies several essential and lifesaving Vaccines and Pharmaceuticals to UN Agencies viz. UNICEF, Pan American Health Organisations, other global markets and within India to Central and State Government Hospitals, Public Sector Undertakings, the Indian Armed Forces and the domestic retail market.
Panacea Biotec is India’s highly progressive, Innovative health management company based on Research & Development, Manufacturing and marketing of Pharmaceuticals, Biopharmaceuticals, Vaccines and natural / indigenous products. Established in 1984, Panacea Biotec is committed to make novel and innovative medicines affordable to the masses. The company’s past, current and future forays in domestic and global arena are guided by the vision – “Innovation in support of Life.”
Founded by Dr. Cyrus Poonawalla in 1966, Serum Institute of India is ranked as India’s No. 1 biotechnology company. It is the world’s largest vaccine manufacturer by number of doses produced and sold globally (over 1.3 billion doses). Vaccines manufactured by the Serum Institute are accredited by the World Health Organization, Geneva and are being used in around 170 countries across the globe in their national immunization programs, saving millions of lives throughout the world.