The federal government has obtained a number of expressions of curiosity for the strategic sale of Indian Medicines Pharmaceutical Company Restricted (IMPCL).
“A number of expressions of curiosity (EoIs) have been obtained for the strategic divestment of Indian Medicines Pharmaceutical Company Restricted (IMPCL). The deal will now transfer to Part II,” DIPAM Secretary Tuhin Kanta Pandey posted on X (previously Twitter).
The second part will embody due diligence and subsequent issuance of requests for proposals (RFP) for monetary bids.
The Division of Public Funding and Asset Administration (DIPAM) on August 31 invited EoIs from bidders to disinvest in IMPCL. The deadline for submitting preliminary provides was October 30.
The Authorities of India holds a 98.11 per cent stake in IMPCL, below the executive management of the Ministry of AYUSH. The remaining 1.89 per cent is held by Kumaon Mandal Vikas Nigam Restricted (KMVNL), an Uttarakhand authorities firm.
KMVNL additionally intends to promote its complete holdings in IMPCL within the strategic sale.
IMPCL manufactures 656 classical ayurvedic medicines, 332 unani medicines and 71 specialty ayurvedic medicines for a wide range of illnesses.
It provides Ayurvedic and Unani medicines to all states below the Nationwide AYUSH Mission (NAM) and 6,000 facilities in Jan Aushadhi Kendras.
The value/price of IMPCL merchandise is fastened by the Central Authorities.
“The liberalized pricing coverage publish disinvestment mixed with the already established distribution community and fee assortment mechanism might allow the corporate to compete with different market gamers extra effectively which can lead to elevated gross sales and profitability,” DIPAM stated throughout the EoI name.
As of March 31, 2022, the corporate had a paid-up capital of Rs 51.98 crore. The whole campus space of IMPCL is 35.81 acres in Almora, Uttarakhand.
IMPCL is a profit-making group since its inception. IMPCL’s revenue earlier than tax (PBT) was Rs 42.77 lakh throughout FY20, which rose to Rs 45.41 lakh crore in FY22.
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(tags for translation) Divestment of IMPCL