Welcome to Essential Drugs Company Limited (EDCL)

Essential Drugs Company Limited (EDCL) is a 100% state owned Pharmaceuticals Company in Bangladesh. In the year 1962 it was functioning under the then Central Government in the name & style of Government Pharmaceuticals Laboratory (GPL) and subsequently it was renamed as Pharmaceuticals Production Unit (PPU) in the year 1979. In the interest of Public Health & smooth running of the organization, it was registered as a Public Limited Company under the Company’s Act-1994. The Ministry of Health & Family Welfare of Bangladesh is its controlling authority. It was established in 1983 with the main objective of setting up an advanced pharmaceuticals industry in the country for the local production of medicines and to supply these products inside the country for public health and for Export Click for details



Essential Drugs Company Limited (3rd Plant), Gopalganj

Essential Drugs Company Limited (EDCL) is a 100% only state owned Pharmaceuticals Company in Bangladesh. In the year 1962 it was functioning under the then Central Government in the name & style of Government Read More...

Khulna Essential Latex Plant (KELP)

Khulna Essential Latex Plant (KELP) is an established manufacturing Company that produces quality Latex Male Condoms for the domestic and export market. The factory and office complex is located at Gilatala Read More...

Essential Latex Processing Plant (ELPP) Modhupur, Tangail

To diversify the use of natural latex and to encourage the domestic rubber industry as well as to save foreign currency, EDCL has set up Essential Latex Processing Plant at a cost of Tk. 127 million at Madhupur Read More...

Cephalosporin Production Plant, Bogra

Cephalosporin is a broad spectrum antibacterial antibiotic active against a wide range of Gram-positive and Gram-negative Organisms. Modern science has been contributed to develop this type of antibiotics Read More...

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