With the aging and growing Indian population, increased medical conditions, and rising income levels, the Indian pharmaceuticals market is expected to grow 18% by 2020. SCHOTT KAISHA (SKPL) will be positively impacted by the expected 5% annual growth of the pharmaceuticals packing industry in India. In order to stay ahead of this anticipated growth, SKPL needed to upgrade its manufacturing practices and match rigid standards to produce world-class medicinal packing materials.
SKPL turned to SAP S/4HANA to enable its digital business transformation journey. With more than 7.5 million ampoules, vials, cartridges, and syringes leaving its factory daily, SKPL put actionable data in the hands of stakeholders across finance, sales, and manufacturing for faster decision making and improved productivity. Now, SKPL is even better positioned to package and carry precious medicines to millions, spreading hope and, often, saving lives.
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