New Delhi: Drug company Alkem Laboratories on Tuesday stated the United Kingdom health regulator has given a clean chit to its Taloja facility in Maharashtra after going through the corrective and preventive steps submitted through the company.
The organization today announced the closure of the inspection by the UKMHRA for its its bio-equivalence facility in Taloja.
“the ability stands UKMHRA compliant,” Alkem Labs said in a regulatory filing.
The health regulator has reviewed the corrective and preventive actions submitted through the business enterprise and has taken into consideration them desirable, it brought.
the United Kingdom drugs and Healthcare merchandise Regulator business enterprise (UKMHRA) had inspected the power at Taloja from March 14-18 and had notified 8 observations in a file dated March 31, 2016.
Alkem stocks had been buying and selling 0.73 according to cent down at Rs 1,351.25 apiece on BSE.
(This story has no longer been edited by using NDTV staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)