Sun Pharma. (Photo: Reuters)
Sun Pharmaceutical Industries
was up 4% to Rs 561 on BSE in early morning trade, extending its past five days 14% rally, after the company announced the resolution of regulatory compliance issues at Halol
In a stock exchange notification on Tuesday after market hours, Sun Pharma said it has received the Establishment Inspection Report (EIR) from the USFDA
for the inspection conducted at its Halol
plant during February 12-23.
The agency concluded that the inspection is now closed and the issues contained in the warning letter issued in December 2015 have been addressed.
Commenting on the development, Dilip Shanghvi, Managing Director, Sun Pharma said, “This is an important development for Sun Pharma. We remain committed to following the highest levels of quality and 24x7 cGMP compliance at all our manufacturing facilities globally.”
The upgradation status of the plant means that the response and remediation works of Sun Pharma are at satisfactory level of USFDA
and critical issues in the company are virtually resolved, analyst at Prabhudas Lilladher said in a report.
The VAI (Voluntary Action Indicated) status will open opportunity of receiving new approvals for US markets
will now start active consideration of the pending applications from Halol
plant. We expect approvals of old ANDAs in near term due to large dependence on Halol
plant among the pending approvals, the brokerage firm said.
At 09:43 am; the stock was trading 2.5% higher at Rs 554, as compared to 0.16% rise in the S&P BSE Sensex. The counter has seen huge trading volumes with a combined 7.43 million shares changed hands in first half-an-hour on the NSE and BSE.