History

1966

1966

JP Indústria Farmacêutica is founded in Ribeirão Preto (SP). The company is dedicated to produce Large Volume Parental Solutions (LVPS), known as “serum”, and until today is ranked among the most important companies in Brazil.

1977

1977

JP begins the production of Large Volume Parental Solutions in polyethylene bottles.

1978

1978

The company moves to a new plant, where it remais today, established at Avenida Presidente Castleo Branco, 999 in Ribeirão Preto.

1982

1982

The company launches a line of sanitizing.

1983

1983

The company launches a line of products for use in renal dialysis and peritoneal solution for continuous hemodialysis. In the same year, Grambro Brasil becomes JP’s partner.

1986

1986

In this year, the manufacturer of parental solutions acquires Olidef cz Indústria e Comércio de Aparelhos Hospitalares. The company name and industrial headquarters were maintened, located at Avenida Patriarca in Ribeirão Preto (SP) until today. Olidef mantains in its name the letters “C” and “Z” as initials “Care and Zeal for life”, slogan introduced since its foundation and taken seriously im the process of manufacture of its products, actually composed of incubators, heated cribs, phototherapy, bilirubinometer, compressors, surgical aspirators, tents and hoods for neonatal and multiparameter monitors line.

1988

1988

Jp acquires a manufacturer of blood bags, located in Campinas (SP). In a couple of years, the structure of production of blood collection and transfer bags was transferred from Campinas to Ribeirão Preto.

1996

1998

JP launches the first line of Large Volume Parental Solutions in a closed system, produced in PCV bags.

1998

2008

Installation of a new plant for bags collection and blood transfusion production, with 950 m², whitin its own headquarters. The new production line represented a US$ 3 million investment.

2008

The manufacturing plant of Large Volume Parental Solutions was modernized, representing an investment of approximately R$ 8 million.

2010

2010

The blood bag factory was entirely modernized, representing an investment of approximately R$2 million.

2016

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