New Delhi: Anondita Healthcare, India’s leading manufacturer of condoms and surgical gloves, has recently signed significant contracts with Maharashtra and Karnataka governments for supplying surgical gloves and condoms in all the state-run hospitals. It has also been awarded contracts for supplying its products in Army Hospitals in Delhi, Rajasthan and Himachal Pradesh.
Anondita Healthcare has been a major exporter to SAARC countries. In India, the company has been a consistent supplier for Government of India brand – Nirodh, Deluxe Nirodh as well as Masti. The company takes pride in contributing to over 70% share of Central Government and State Government supplied subsidised condoms distribution.
To add to its significant global presence across several continents, the company plants to foray in markets of global territories like Ghana, Poland etc. With its plan to capture a major share of over 750 crore condom market of this West African country, Anondita Healthcare will set-up its manufacturing unit in Ghana with an investment of Rs. 250 crore and for this an MoU has already been signed. Committed to serve as a pioneer anti-AIDS crusader, the company aims to ensure regular bulk supplies of highest quality condoms in Ghana and its neighbouring African countries. The company is also likely to grab a major contract from the government of Poland for supplying condom making machines.
Better known for its bestselling condom brands like Cobra and Midnight, Anondita Healthcare also manufacturers its own condom making machines, which is one of the prime USPs of the company. Anondita Healthcare is the only manufacturing company for condoms and surgical gloves in North India certified by World Health Organization (WHO).
Over the years, Anondita has emerged as the country’s prominent third party manufacturer for the other branded players like Barkat, Tamanna, Force, Ek Lamha as well as the most popular Nirodh. It has been awarded best quality certificates by Bureau of Indian standards (BIS) and certificate of good manufacturing practices (GMP) by Drug licencing cum controlling authority.