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Core Healthcare IV fluid bottle output at 1 billion

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NEW DELHI, Aug. 15

CORE Healthcare Ltd has touched the one billion mark in terms of intravenous (IV) fluid bottles produced.

In a statement, the Ahmedabad-based company, with a 40 per cent market share, attributed its achievement to its distribution network, quality of products and international operations.

Core Healthcare commenced operations about 14 years ago with a plant capacity of 60 lakh bottles per annum. According to company officials, growth in production was triggered by the quality of its products. Its clientele includes corporate hospitals, defence services, Central and State Government-run hospitals, besides international aid agencies such as UNICEF, WHO, UNHRC and the Red Cross.

The company has about 600 outlets across the country and its products are exported to more than 70 countries, including Latin America, Africa, West Asia and Europe, the statement said.

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Core Healthcare IV fluid bottle output at 1 billion


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