Dabur Nepal Private Limited
Utilizing local nature and natural resources for manufacturing, Dabur Nepal has been manufacturing and selling Ayurvedic medicine for over a century now. Established with the vision of eco-sustenance and expanding Dabur’s resource and production base, Dabur Nepal Private Limited was set up in Nepal in the year 1992 as an independent group company. Dabur Nepal has been involved in various fields and sectors such as health care, personal care, food products, home care and consumer health- ethical along with professional range.
Established with the objective of producing and dispensing Ayurvedic medicine to a wide mass of people who had no access to proper treatment, Dabur was the result of commitment and ceaseless efforts of Dr. S.K. Burman, a physician living in Bengal, in 1884. He carried the mission of providing effective and affordable cure for ordinary people in far-flung villages and for that purpose, he started preparing natural cures for some of the killer disease of the time that are cholera, malaria and plague among others. His efforts paid up and he soon, became famous as ‘Daktar’ (Doctor) who had effective cures. The word “Daktar Burman” gave name to one of the biggest ventures in South Asia, known as Dabur. The small medicine manufacturer company based in a small house in Calcutta soon became a household name all over India and Nepal.
For its commitment and dedication to high quality services and products, Dabur Nepal Private Limited has received several awards and honors such as Overall Excellence Award of Nepal-India Chamber of Commerce and Industries in the year 2000 along with Best Exporter Award of Export Promotion Board, Ministry of Commerce, His Majesty Government Nepal (now Nepal Government) in the same year. Two years later, in the year 2002 it received the Certificate of Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) plan verification for manufacturing of fruit juices and tomato puree. In the same year, it also managed to increase its turnover by over 19 percent. In January 2003, its manufacturing facilities and systems got certified for having met the requirements of Codex Alimentarious Commission Guidelines, Recommended International Code of Practices, General Principles of Food Hygiene.
Under its health care sector, the company offers wide variety of Ayurvedic and natural products which offers complete care for varying needs of many individuals. The products that are made in traditional Ayruvedic ways are tested and tried using most modern scientific methods which ensures the quality and safety from the product. Some of the products under this division are Pudin Hara and Hajmola for digestives, Chyawanprash and Honey for health supplements and Dabur Honiturs, Gripe water and Dabur Lal Tail for OCT health care.
Established with the objective of making you look and feel good, Dabur Nepal Private Limited has a wide variety of herbal and Ayurvedic Personal Care products on offer, categorized into various groups such as Hair Care (hair oil and shampoo – Dabur Amla hair oil, Dabur Vatika Coconut hair oil and Dabur Almond hair oil; Dabur Vatika – black olive and almond/ henna and olive/ lemon and henna/ lemon and tea tree oil shampoo), Skin Care (Dabur Gulabari Gulabjal/Face Refresher/Mosouraiser, Fem Fairness Bleach, Dabur Uveda Range) and Baby Care (Dabur Lal Tel, etc.) along with Oral Care (Dabur Red toothpaste, Dabur Babool toothpaste).
Established with the objective of providing packaged fruit juices (a new concept in India as well as Nepal that started in the year 1997), Dabur started the processing and packaging food industry to take over the responsibility. Abiding by its commitment, it has been successful to provide quality food products to the people, however, in Nepal, it had gotten in controversy for not following the quality standards in the context of packaging and distribution of Real Juice. The wide variety of choices that it offers for food products are Real Fruit Juice, Real Activ Fruit and Vegetable Juice, Burrst Fruit Beverage, Hommade, Lemoneez and Capsico.
Dabur Nepal Home care product was initiated with the objective of making the living space not only feel good but also smell good all day long. Moreover, it also helps in keeping the family healthy along with keeping the house clean and fresh. Some of the products offered under this division include Odonil to keep home fresh with good smell, Odomos to protect you from mosquitoes, Odopic for clean and fresh smelling dishes, Sanifresh Shine for keeping the toilet sparkling clean and germ free and Dazzl to give shiny and germ free mirror, floors, kitchen and glass surfaces.
Dabur Nepal has also been involved in the production of consumer health products by blending the traditional knowledge of drug manufacturing with scientific update. Redefining Ayurvedic market and healthcare promotion activities, Dabur’s Consumer Health division looks after marketing of Ayurvedic medicines and other products. More than 350 classical Ayurvedic preparation methods at Dabur forms an important part of every Ayurvedic practitioner’s daily practice. The products under this division are categorized as General Health care products (Stresscom, Broncorid and Madhuvaani), Digestive support (Trifgol and Lipistat) and Joint support (Rheumatil Gel, Rheumatil Tab, Rheumatil Oil and Mensta).
The Personal Range products of Dabur Company have made an immense contribution to the professional grooming market. These products strive to meet the personal grooming needs of the consumers who want to protect their skin from various factors. The personal products are made available to the consumers through parlors, salons and some of its outlets all across the country. Some of the products under this division are Oxylife Facial, Fem Queen’s Pearl Facial, Fem Gold Facial and Fem Body Bleach.
The company is also involved in many environmental conservation and other social activities to stay committed to its Corporate Social Responsibility. Some of them are Medicinal Plants Project (which attempts to protect the medicinal plants that have immense values in Ayurvedic medicines), Nursery and Bee-keeping Development Program (for production of medicinal plants and honey).