ABOUT PHAREX
HEALTHCORP

About Pharex

PHAREX HealthCorp, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Pascual Laboratories, Inc., was formally established in April 1972 as the exclusive marketing, sales and distribution arm of Pascual Laboratories, Inc. (Pascuallab). As a matter of fact, PHAREX is short for Pharmaceutical Excellence – the very foundation on which the venture is built.

When Pascuallab formally appointed Metro Drug as its exclusive distributor of brands in 1987, PHAREX then secured the marketing of its generic medicines. The move was timely. Soon after, the Generics Act of 1988 was enforced.

Pascual Laboratories, Inc.

Pascual Laboratories Inc. is a privately-held pharmaceutical company with headquarters at 817 Epifanio delos Santos Avenue, Quezon City, Philippines. It has a regular workforce of over 400 employees.

Pascuallab, with its two divisions, Consumer Healthcare and PharmaCare, and its subsidiary, Pharex Health Corp, is the 2nd largest Filipino pharmaceutical company and is ranked 12th largest among all pharmaceutical companies operating in the Philippines. (Moving Annual Total or MAT, based on IMS 2Qtr 2008 Drugstore Sales Report).

Pascuallab has been consistently one of the industry's fastest growing companies for the past decade. The company has achieved leadership in the OTC (Over-the-Counter) Wound Remedy segment, in the locally-produced Herbal Medicine Market, in Generics, as well as prominence in anti-infectives, anti-tuberculosis and vitamins segments.

Pascuallab currently produces more than 300 finished dosage forms. The CGMP- and ISO 9000:2001-certified production facilities and quality assurance capabilities are located in Balagtas, Bulacan, 33 kilometers from the main headquarters in Quezon City.

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Pharex Economix

The recent economic downturn has left many Filipinos working harder than ever. Threat of unemployment as businesses close and rising inflation have made them resort to different ways to pay the bills. While we all know that getting sick is often inevitable, the current situation is expected to further increase risk of various stress-related illnesses such cardio-vascular diseases and lower immunity against infections. How then, can Filipinos survive such crisis?

Nowadays, there’s an urgent need for affordable healthcare, especially low-priced quality medicines.

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