Promea promises a wide range of support.
Promea Therapeutics is an innovative medical device
manufacturing company specializing in Life Sciences, Diagnostics
which includes Clinical Chemistry, Immunodiagnostics, Molecular Diagnostics and Infusion Therapies.
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We firmly believe that the technology should support people and people should focus on what matters. Embarking our
journey, we have successfully adopted & developed many unique products embedded with diverse technologies.
We're also pleased to have earned different ISO certifications for internal quality standards and good manufacturing practices, as well as recognitions for our focus on producing products that encourage our manufacturing capability & environmental sustainability.
We believe that the people behind a company are as important as the company itself. You're likely to find that kind of personalities who have brought the wealth of skills and experience from a wide range of backgrounds.
Promea's Electrolyte is world's most Innovative and affordable solution for mid size laboratories.
Promea catering the needs of efficient labs with world's most efficient Hematology Analyzers.
Promea's Semi Automated Biochemistry Analyzer is one of the maintenance free semi auto analyzer.
Promea is delivering Point Of Care Immuno Assay products
embedded with advanced technologies.
Promea has developed & commercialized the affordable
& connected glucose meter solutions.
Promea dedicates the development of Hemoglobin Meter to Anemia Mukt Bharat
Promea covers wide range of infectious rapids as well as specialty parameters of rapids.
Promea bringing the affordable automation to
compliment the productivity of Elisa Kits.
Promea has developed diverse range of RT-PCR
solutions to cater the testing needs
Promea's unique range of Biologics produces various parameters of injectables.
Promea is developing user friendly products prioritizing the Home Health Care.
Promea has indigenously developed lot of ancillary products to cater various diagnostic testing needs.
Promea manufactures a wide range of High Quality Fluid Therapy Products.
At Promea we're building a global team of amazing people. If you're curious, ambitions and ready to grow your career with us, we'd love to meet you !
We introduce the activities of the R&D Center, the
core of PROMEA.
The global favourite considered as India’s national beverage; Tea has had a pretty interesting journey towards becoming India’s staple beverage. The beverage steeped in the way of life of many cultures was discovered in 2000 BC by the founder of Chinese medicine by accident, which is a pretty well-known story; what is interesting although is the journey of that tea to India where it evolved into the beverage we know and love today.
Records show tea being grown in the far north-eastern parts of India as far back as the 1600’s by some isolated tribes. Once the British acquired a taste for the beverage, their search for the beverage led them to the Singpho people in Assam where they started a large-scale tea production facility after a treaty with the then monarchs of the region in 1820 which some would argue eventually led to the British occupation of India. The British identified the Indian variety of tea was stronger and had a greater demand. In the early 1850’s, Robert Fortune, who was working on behalf of the Royal Horticultural Society of London in China was commonly credited with bringing Chinese Tea to India for mass scale production. The Tea plants and seedlings were tightly guarded by the Chinese Imperials and Fortune had to employ various underhanded methods to smuggle some 20,000 tea plants and seedlings. He planted them in Darjeeling, after ensuring that they would grow adequately. The few 100 of the 20,000 Chinese tea variant that survived the shift is what we now know as Darjeeling Tea.
Over the century India turned into one of the largest producers of Tea, producing over 1.2 million tonnes of tea per annum, where more than 70% of that is consumed domestically. Currently, with several methods of preparation of the tea leaves and the tea, the average tea consumer has a plethora of options from Green, Oolong, Darjeeling, to Milk tea, Iced/ Bubble/ Masala and even Tandoor tea. India was quick to adopt the beverage, initially using the perceived medicinal properties of tea, which were later proved to conclusively impact in the reduction of neurodegeneration, cancer, weight, diabetes and shown to provide anti-oxidants and maintain higher bone density.
September 21st is regarded as national Tea Day in recognition of this versatile beverage. No matter if you prefer it with milk or black, with or without sugar, Tea has got a version to suit your taste which is possibly why Tea was able to be adopted so widely in a diverse country like India, such that you can expect a good Tea no matter where you are in India.