Adcock Ingram Holdings Ltd








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Company Profile

Adcock Ingram Holdings Limited is a South Africa-based healthcare company. The Company is engaged in supplying specialty, branded and generic pharmaceutical products, hospital products, and fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG). Its segments include Consumer, Over the Counter (OTC), Prescription, Hospital, and Other. The Consumer segment is engaged mainly in the FMCG retail space. Its OTC segment focuses on brands sold predominantly in pharmacies. Its Prescription segment markets products prescribed by medical practitioners, and specialized instruments and surgical products. Its Hospital segment supplies hospital and critical care products, including intravenous solutions, blood collection products and renal dialysis systems. Its Other segment includes shared services and other support services, including regulatory services in India, as well as the investment in the Indian joint venture and cash and bank overdraft balances which are managed on a central basis in Southern Africa.