TOP 10 AYURVEDIC PHARMACIES OF INDIA – VICCO LABORATORIES
Under the able guidance of Shri. G.K.Pendharkar, Chairman, the company has established strong foothold in almost every developed country in Asia, Europe, America, Africa and Australia. Right from its inception in the 1952, the VICCO Group of companies has been charting an unwavering course that has catapulted the group into international limelight. Today, 50 years later, the group stands majestically as a grand conglomerate of 13 companies. Their best known products are Vicco Turmeric skin / sun screen cream, Vicco Vajradanti powder and paste and Vicco SF (Sugar free) paste. About 15% of company’s total production goes to overseas market. VICCO products constitute 4% of India’s paste market. For its founding father, the Pendharkar, it has been indeed a long journey. But for a concern, its only a humble hop.
Right from its inception in the 1952, the VICCO Group of companies has been charting an unwavering course that has catapulted the group into international limelight. Today, 50 years later, the group stands majestically as a grand conglomerate of 13 companies. The vision is to reach out to every civilisation. The promise is to make boons of the Ayurveda available to every home, far and near. VICCO is determined to achieve this goal.
VICCO has been successfully carving out a niche for itself in the field of dental & skin care globally. The company is exporting its products to countries like U.S.A., Canada, Mexico, Surinam, Africa, Mauritius, Fiji, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, U.A.E., Qatar, Oman, U.K., Germany, Holland, Italy, Cyprus, Srilanka, Hongkong, Singapore, Malaysia, West Indies, Iceland, Australia, New Zealand, France amongst others. With sustained efforts and a sound marketing strategy, the company is poised to push its present turn-over of Rs.1500 millions p.a. to Rs.5000 millions by the year 2010 A.D. An ever-growing popularity of its present products, coupled with a definite plan of introducing newer products both domestic and international markets, the above targets do not look far-fetched.