News

2nd April 2011
Quarterly Meeting
In our IV Quarterly meeting for FY 2010-11, Celsius management and Board of Directors discussed the following plans for FY 2011-12.

  • Introduction of New Products: We recently expanded our product range by introducing the following new brands-
    SaRe Drops, Cefline 200DT, Allgy Tablet, Xrate Syrup

    Celsius is committed to introduce excellent products and to establish them as prominent brands in the market. We will continue to develop our paediatric segment further as well as also venture into the Dermatology segment during the course of this financial year.

  • Widening our Operations: Celsius decided to penetrate further in the territories we are currently operating in. This will help us to command a higher prescriber base and bank upon the goodwill that we enjoy in these territories.

  • Free Medical Camps: Celsius wish to organise frequent medical camps in Government hospitals and remote territories based in UP, Bihar, Jharkhand & Orissa. These camps will include free medical check up by reputed doctors. Our Corporate Conscience will hopefully lend a hand to people who are below the poverty line.

15th May 2011
Medical Camp in Muri (Jharkhand)

A Medical camp was conducted in Muri (Based in the Ranchi district of Jharkhand) by requesting eminent doctors from Rajendra Institute of Medical Sciences (RIMS, Ranchi) to participate in the camp. About 200 people ranging from paediatric to geriatric patients were attended to free of cost at the camp. They were also provided with free medicines from Celsius. Our field force also educated the people on some basic preventive measures. This was aimed at making them conscious of their surroundings and to avoid routine aliments.

22nd May 2011
Medical Camp in Maner (Bihar)

A Medical Camp was organised in Maner (Based in Patna District of Bihar). Local Drs from Patna and Maner extended their wholehearted support to this initiative. Approximately 250 patients were attended to during the day. No consultation fee was charged from the patients and they were provided with free medicines.