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HMD has multiple fully-integrated plants spread over four sites in the city of Faridabad, Haryana, India. These plants are designed to manufacture the entire range of HMD products, thus enabling minimal changeovers for variables and quick deliveries. Fascinating as it is, the total installed capacity of the plant has been set up with a capital investment of over $80 Million USD and enhanced for a production capacity of more than 4.5 Billion units per annum of disposables. Apart from these three plants, HMD has recently set up a newly built integrated plant in 2019 spread over 5 Acres of land at IMT Industrial Area. With the help of their newest plant, HMD would be able to gear up their production of Surgical Blades & Scalpels to over 150 Million Units. HMD is targeting to meet 50 percent of the world's growing demand for superior quality blades & scalpels. Apart from the IMT plant, HMD also set up another plant in 2014, a state of the art facility spread over an area of 6.5 acres of land. This new plant promises an estimated production capacity of 350 Million Syringes per annum ,36 Million I.V.Cannula per annum and 70 million Pen Needles. These plants are also equipped with state-of-art design and engineering facilities for developing new products and innovative variants of existing products, such as I.V.Cannulas, Nonreusable (AD) Syringes, and Blood Collection Tubes. All HMD Plants run 24×7, 6 days a week with high-speed assembly and packing lines assisted by online digital vision inspection systems to ensure consistent quality and thorough checking of all products. As pioneers in manufacturing Medical Devices for a globally demanding market, HMD showcases their technical prowess through the meticulous use of state-of-the-art technology. For instance, HMD uses Japanese Technology to manufacture Needles of all kinds, British technology for manufacturing Surgical Blades & AD Syringes, Italian for manufacturing Scalp Vein and Taiwanese technology for Sterilisation process. Public welfare has always been a mandate for HMD. Thus, the aim is to manufacture products that render optimum benefit to the patients and doctors and at the same time make the world a better place to live in.