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Hindustan Latex Limited

HLL Lifecare Limited
Public
Industry Health Care
Founded 1966, Thiruvananthapuram
Headquarters Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India
Key people Dr. M. Ayyappan,
Chairman & Managing Director
Products Condoms
Hormonal contraception
Surgical Equipment
Revenue IncreaseINR 244 crores
(FY 2005-2006)
Website www.lifecarehll.com

HLL Lifecare Limited (formerly Hindustan Latex Limited) (HLL) is an Indian healthcare products manufacturing company based in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India. A Government of India -owned corporation (Public-sector undertaking), it produces health care products, including condoms,Surgical Sutures, Hydrocephalus Shunts, Tissue Expanders, blood bags, and contraceptive pills. One of HLL's contraceptive products is ormeloxifene, branded as Saheli, a non-hormonal non-steroid weekly oral contraceptive.[1] In 2012, HLL announced a polymerase chain reaction based duplex test kit for chikungunya and dengue fever tests in collaboration with the Rajiv Gandhi Centre for Biotechnology, Trivandrum.[2]

History

Earlier Hindustan Lever Limited, had the same acronym HLL. But Hindustan Lever Limited changed their name as Hindustan Unilever Limited with acronym as HUL. Today HLL means HLL Lifecare Limited.

In 2005, it established LifeSpring Hospitals, a 50-50 joint venture with the Acumen Fund, a U.S.-based nonprofit global venture philanthropy fund, to provide low-cost maternity services, starting at Hyderabad, today it has nine hospitals across Andhra Pradesh state today.[3][4][5][6]

See also

References

  • http://www.lifecarehll.com/

External links

  • HLL Lifecare Limited
  • HLFPPT
  • LifeSpring Hospitals
  • Moods Condoms


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