Dishman Pharmaceuticals and Chemicals Ltd surged over 7 per cent on Thursday after company’s wholly owned subsidiary in Switzerland successfully completed USFDA inspection for two sites without any adverse observations.
Share price of the company ended 2.66 per cent up at Rs 136.85. The scrip opened at Rs 132.05 and touched a high and low of Rs 143.40 and Rs 131.85, respectively.
“We are happy to inform that the Company’s wholly owned subsidiary, namely Carbogen Amcis AG., Switzerland, had successfully completed US FDA lnspection for its two sites located at Aarau and Neuland without any adverse observations and received the Establishment lnspection Report (ElR) for the same. Thus, now the company has the above two sites in addition to Bubendorf in Switzerland, which are approved by the USFDA,” the company said in a BSE filing.
It further added the company’s site at Naroda also successfully completed USFDA lnspection and received the Establishment lnspection Report (ElR) for the same.