Virupaksha, established in 2003, with headquarters in Hyderabad, India, is one of the leading companies in manufacturing API’s and Intermediates and takes pride in stating that it has a large customer base.
Courage, integrity and respect are the values which guide us and we aspire to be a pioneer in the industry by 2025.
Virupaksha has 4 manufacturing units at Kazipally, Pashamylaram and Gandhi Nagar. At these units, a lot of emphasis is laid on maintaining high standards in quality. This is further confirmed by the fact that our plant is FDA certified. Our Research and Development center, Vector Bio, is run by accomplished and skillful personnel, who have taken on every challenge thrown at them, coming up with innovative solutions each time. Also, the effort and time they have put in has been fruitful in developing advanced and economical technologies.
About Our Members:
Our team at Virupaksha always gives its best in every endeavor, mindful of the fact that there’s always room for improvement. We keep pushing our boundaries every day, trying to improve the standards we have set for ourselves. We strive to learn from our experiences and also adapt to advancements in technology to keep up our pace in the ever advancing world.
We look forward to take the next big step towards green chemistry. Our environment has long been neglected, so we cannot afford to shy away from our responsibilities anymore – we need to do something about it. We believe change should start from within, and hence have slowly started shifting towards clean and renewable sources of energy.
We would like to reiterate that our infrastructure is state of the art. With the help of the qualified people who are at the helm of these plants, we have gained expertise in a few reactions/processes.
- Organic chemistry processes including coupling reactions, condensations, oxidations, reductions, etc.
- Chiral separations using resolution process and diastereomeric crystallizations.
- Asymmetric synthesis.
- Grignard reactions in large scale.
- Hydrogenation and Asymmetric hydrogenations.
- Cryogenic reactions.
- Palladium catalyzed reactions.
- Carbohydrate chemistry.