In 1997, Searle Pharma, an American pharmaceutical company, jointly with the Russian Scientific Centre for Molecular Diagnostics and Treatment started the construction of a pharmaceutical plant in Moscow region near the village of Izvarino.
The plant opened on 15 September 1998. The new facility was the first Russian plant designed and constructed in full compliance with global GMP standards to ensure the quality and safety of products.
Later the global pharmaceutical giant Pfizer purchased the plant. And in 2007 a new group of investors became its owner, and the company received its new name – Izvarino Pharma.
In 2014 Izvarino Pharma was one of the first to be GMP-certified and obtained the new manufacturing license.
The enterprise area is 3 hectares and includes two buildings. One of them is a complex of production, laboratory and office areas; the other is a finished goods warehouse.
The facility area is 6,200 sq.m. that permits to run the full production cycle of solid forms: granulation and blending, tableting and capsulation, coating, primary and secondary packaging, analysis and quality control, storage distribution and logistics, R&D and analytical work.
The company has increased the production capacity by upgrading, and today the annual production volume totals 12 million packs.
In 2010, Technopark Idea and Izvarino Pharma submitted the laboratory and production facility project Nanopharma Development to the competition for the creation of nanotechnology centers conducted by State Corporation Rusnanotech (Rusnano OAO) and were among the winners.
In December 2015, Technopark Idea decided to withdraw from the project, and Izvarino Pharma purchased their share. Nanopharma Development is a member of the nanotechnology cluster of Tatarstan and is the key pharmaceutical company.
On 8 September 2016, General Director of Izvarino Pharma Orest Ibragimov and President of the Republic of Tatarstan Rustam Minnikhanov opened the complex of Nanopharma Development, and the company started the production of medicines.