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Abbott In India


Established in 1910, Abbott in India is one of the country’s oldest and most admired healthcare companies. We provide consumers with a diverse range of diagnostics solutions, medical devices, nutritional products and established pharmaceuticals that span the continuum of care.

With over 14,000 employees in India and extensive local knowledge, we offer relevant solutions that ensure the healthcare needs of consumers, patients, doctors, hospitals, blood banks and laboratories are being met throughout both rural and urban areas.

Positioned as a market leader in pharmaceuticals, nutrition, devices and diagnostics, our key brands occupy the top positions in relevant categories. We offer over 400 trusted pharmaceutical brands; a variety of nutritional products for infants, children, active adults and people with special dietary needs; medical devices, including blood glucose meters, vascular devices and a range of diagnostics solutions.

Abbott India Limited is a publicly listed company and a subsidiary of Abbott Laboratories, headquartered in Mumbai.  One of India's fastest-growing pharmaceutical companies, Abbott India Limited is part of Abbott's global pharmaceutical business in India and takes pride in offering high-quality trusted medicines in multiple therapeutic categories such as women's health, gastroenterology, cardiology, metabolic disorders and primary care

Our mission to enhance the health and well-being of Indians extends beyond our products to innovative methodologies and platforms across distribution channels and online learning. Our cold chain network ensures that temperature-sensitive products reach growing populations in every corner of India. And, through our Knowledge Genie e-learning programs, we help healthcare professionals across the country stay abreast of the latest developments in medicine.

Often, the farther a town is from a big city, the larger the need for better access to healthcare. That’s why we established True Care: to offer extra-urban expertise that enables us to reach beyond the bigger cities and deliver quality healthcare.

Along with business models that are tailored to meet customer needs, our work in the area of public-private partnerships enable the government to provide screening and management of non-communicable diseases such as diabetes, hypertension, thyroid and dyslipidemia.

In addition to providing quality products, we’ve developed programs that empower people with tools and knowledge, including:

  • Continuum of Diabetes Care ensures that the 65 million diagnosed diabetics have the tools they need to treat their diabetes, and the 77 million high-risk pre-diabetics have the resources they need to prevent it.

  • SureMoms makes parents more aware of the nutritional needs of growing children and provides advice through a toll-free helpline.

Over 130 Abbott scientists conduct research and development to meet specific Indian needs. These scientists work passionately to advance health by addressing the country’s unique challenges. Some of our contributions include developing locally relevant nutrition products for women, children and diabetic patients; treating epilepsy in children; raising awareness of thyroid conditions; combating gingivitis and more.

For over 100 years, Abbott in India has endeavoured to be closer to our consumers. This is why Abbott invested in manufacturing plants for its biggest businesses—nutritional products and pharmaceuticals. Abbott Nutrition’s first green-field plant in India will be operational later this year. And our pharmaceuticals business fulfills most of its product requirements in India through two local plants—Baddi in Himachal Pradesh and Verna in Goa.

From creating an excellent workplace to making a positive impact on the health of infants, children and adults, we’re proud of the work we do in India. See some of the awards we’ve received that showcase our commitment to excellence in everything we do.


In India, 325 million people receive rice through the public distribution systems. To help Indian families get the nutrition they need to thrive, our scientists reformulated a grain that looks and tastes like rice, but is packed with vitamins and nutrients that are missing in rice. Learn more about how we’re fighting child malnutrition one grain of rice at a time.


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