Generic Drugs and New Generic Drugs share the same active ingredient(s) as original drugs or patented drugs after their patent expiration

in the dosage forms of tablets, capsules, powder, liquids, creams, and gels. They are produced and marketed under the brands of the Company to treat different diseases and are classified into musculoskeletal drugs, dermatological drugs, alimentary tract and metabolism drugs, and respiratory system drugs, and so on.

Outstanding Business Features

The Company’s first business involved modern medicines in the generic drug category founded by a team of pharmacists strongly determined to manufacture high quality products at reasonable price, accepted by medical professionals, and expanding the Thai public’s access to medicine. The Company is also committed to driving the development of new generic drugs to comprehensively manage health issues.

Outstanding Product Features

The Company pledges to manufacture modern medicines in the generic drug and new generic drug categories that meet international quality standards. The efforts encompass the entire process, starting from securing essential active pharmaceutical ingredients from reliable sources, performing quality control and assurance in every phase of production to analyzing and conducting bioequivalence studies of new generic drugs to provide consumers assurance that the products are therapeutically equivalent to the innovator product.

The Company’s modern medicines in the generic drug and new generic drug categories have been listed on the university hospitals’ lists of essential medicines before being expanded to the lists of other medical facilities including leading hospitals, clinics, and pharmacies across the country.

Generic Drugs and New Generic Drugs have significantly increased patients' access to medicines and enabled the government to include drugs to the reimbursement scheme of Thailand's health system in a cost-effective way. This helps save pharmaceutical spending and improve patients' quality of life sustainability.

Product Categories

medications include medications for osteoarthritis to ease the pain and inflammation of bones and muscles, and seizure medications.
are medications for mild to strong pain and for moderate to strong pain such as medicines for muscle pain, headaches, and period cramps.
Dermatological medications
such as medications to treat and moisturize dry, flaky, and thickened skin; steroid medications to treat skin inflammation in patients who do not respond to other steroids like psoriasis, vitiligo, and lichenification; medications for fungal infections such as ringworm, tinea versicolor, and athlete’s foot; medications for mild allergic, inflammatory skin conditions sensitive to corticosteroids such as atopic dermatitis, dermatitis, skin rash; and medications to relieve allergic reaction, itching, skin inflammation such as atopic dermatitis, dermatitis, and rash.
Respiratory medications
include medications that help with allergy and nausea; medications that relieve symptoms associated with allergic rhinitis including runny nose, stuffy nose caused by cold or hay fever; medicines for quieting a cough and expelling mucus such as by coughing caused by cold or bronchitis; medications for dry coughs; expectorants that help thin and loosen mucus in the airways; and medications to treat allergies, itchy skin, and depression.
Drugs for anti-infective treatment for system use
include medications to treat bacterial infections such as fungal infections of skin, hair, or nails, and bacterial vaginosis.
Alimentary tract and metabolism drugs
include medications for the treatment of abdominal pain, stomach ulcer by reducing stomach acid, acute and chronic viral hepatitis, liver cirrhosis, and liver damage from multiple causes such as fatty liver disease, alcohol-related liver disease, and liver damage induced by drugs and toxins. They also include medications to treat nausea, vomiting, and post-prandial fullness caused by gastroparesis, as well as gastritis, heartburn, and diarrhea.
Drugs acting on blood and blood forming organs
include medications for the treatment of bleeding episodes in people with hemophilia, as well as management of bleeding during and after surgery.
Drugs for the genito-urinary system and sex hormones
include drugs for the treatment of overactive bladder which causes frequent urination and incontinence.
Nervous system medicines
include medications for seizure control, muscle pain relief and for treatment of depression, lightheadedness, calf pain when walking, icy fingers and toes, dizziness and ringing in the ears, night cramps, cold feet and hands, and migraines.
Antiparasitic drugs
include vermifuges for nematodes and tapeworms and drugs for the treatment of fluke infection.

Distribution Channels


The Company’s modern medicines are currently distributed to hospitals across the country as follows:

Public Hospitals
  • University-affiliated hospitals and medical schools
  • Medical education centers
  • Non-teaching university-affiliated hospitals
  • Hospitals in Bangkok
  • Hospitals in the provinces
    • Regional hospitals
    • General hospitals
    • Community hospitals
  • Hospitals under other organizations such as Thai Red Cross Society, Bangkok Medical Service Department, Army Medical Department, Naval Medical Department, Directorate of Air Medical Services, Office of the Surgeon General, Royal Thai Police, State Railway of Thailand, and Metropolitan Electricity Authority
Private hospitals

in Bangkok and the Bangkok metropolitan region, and other provinces, as well as private hospital groups

  • Private general hospitals
  • Large private hospital groups
Clinics including internal medicine and specialized clinics such as bones and joints, dermatology, urinary system, nervous system, etc.
Retail pharmacies
Chain stores