The market of pharmaceutical excipients is growing year by year

Pharmaceutical excipients are defined as the inactive substances other than the active pharmaceutical ingredient (API). They are inactive to themselves. But they enable the drug (active pharmaceutical ingredient) to act in the right way. An ideal pharmaceutical excipient should be inert, stable, non-reactive with the drug, cost-effective and feasible. The normal excipients used in pharmaceutical preparations include preservatives, binders, fillers, chelating agents, lubricants, flavoring agents, coloring agents, etc.

According to MarketsAndMarkets prediction, the market of pharmaceutical excipients is expected to achieve USD 8.53 by 2023, at an annual growth rate of 5.9%.

Considering the ideal properties of pharmaceutical excipient and the universal trend in the market, our drugdu team (Ddu) collaborates with one of the largest and professional pharmaceutical excipients manufacturer named Anhui Sunhere Pharmaceutical Excipients Co., Ltd.

Anhui Sunhere Pharmaceutical Excipients Co., Ltd.

This China-based pharmaceutical excipients manufacturer named Anhui Sunhere Pharmaceutical Excipients Co., Ltd. was started in 2017. The supply of microcrystalline cellulose, magnesium stearate, hypromellose, and plant capsule allow this company to rank the top place in China. This company has obtained the ‘Innovation Fund for Technology-Based Firms’ by the Ministry of Science and Technology in China. Their GMP certified products confirm the standards of BP, USP, and CP, by which they were exported to more than thirty Chinese provinces in addition to America, Europe, South-East Asia etc.

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