First Ever Pakistani Medicine Moxiget gets Accredited by World Health Organization (WHO)

Moxiget of Getz Pharma (Private) Ltd Approved by (WHO)

Moxiget (Moxifloxacin Hydrochloride) 400mg tablets and injectable produced by Getz Pharma (Private) Ltd Karachi, has become the first Pakistani medicine to be added to the list of pre-qualified products (those medicines that have been evaluated by WHO and are considered up to the mark for procurement by UN agencies, other international agencies and countries). Furthermore after a comprehensive inspection the WHO team has also found the company’s Quality Control Laboratory to be complying with Good Practices as prescribed by WHO.

This means that now Moxiget will be easily exported anywhere in the world. This will prove to be a big boost to Pakistan’s drug exports which is currently only $110 million annually.

Moxiget is used to treat various kinds ofbacterial infections of the lungs, sinuses, skin and stomach.

About Getz Pharma (Private) Ltd

The company operates in over 23 countries situated in Africa, Central Asia, Middle East and South East Asia, and in most of them is one of the fastest growing medical organizations.

In Pakistan; since its initiation in 1995, it has progressed tremendously and today it occupies 3rd place among more than 600 medical companies in the country. It is also Pakistan’s biggest branded generic pharmaceutical company.

It manufactures over a wide array of medicines, many of which are leading products in their categories. It is the largest exporter in Pakistan, and supplies to countries such as Afghanistan, Cambodia, Hong Kong, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Laos, Malaysia, Mauritius, Myanmar, Nigeria, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Tajikstan, Vietnam and Yemen. Plans of exporting to 30 other countries is expected in near future.

Over the years, based on its performance it has received many awards specifically the Federation of Pakistan Chambers Of Commerce & Industry (FPCCI)’s Best Export Performance Award for the past 12 consecutive years!

 

 

Hajra Saeed

Hajra Saeed has been writing for the past 21 years. During her career she has contributed to various leading newspapers and magazines, but currently writes for the special supplements of 'The Nation'. She has written on a wide array of topics; however areas of interest are social issues, religion, philosophy and presenting a positive image of Pakistan. Has experience in content writing, technical writing, screenwriting and teaching. Likes to read, do online courses as well as social work.