Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient

Pharmaceuticals benefits

01 Why Stanford Chemicals?

APIs for pharmaceutical applications
Stanford Chemicals explore the applications for pharmaceuticals within disease management. We provide a unique expertise in the development and production of synthetic and natural active pharmaceutical ingredients for 16 years.

Reliable quality and sustainability
Stanford Chemicals has proven success in quality assurance and sustainable practices to deliver only products of the highest standards to our customers.

Global Support
With dedicated and regularly audited global facilities, and a growing network of GMP qualified sites, we ensure our products remain consistently high quality.

02 Pharmaceuticals

With a long history of innovation, Stanford Chemicals offers a broad portfolio of active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs), that now spans vitamins, including Medical Grade Sodium Hyaluronate and Chondroitin Sulfate. As a sodium hyaluronate manufacturer globally, we guarantee a secure supply of APIs and local support – wherever you are in the world.

The quality of an API is determined by two essential factors- it must be the right chemical and it must have the right potency. Whether from plant or animal raw materials, we can develop crude extracts or fully purified molecules for our pharmaceutical customers. The supporter of green chemistry and eco-design, working with recent development and analysis tools, our processes ensure optimum respect for safety and the environment. Constantly in search of innovative technologies in the field of extraction and purification, we provide to our partners with the most efficient and productive processes.

We supplies:

Chondroitin Sulfate





Folic Acid

Hyaluronic Acid


Vitamin B1

Vitamin B6

Vitamin E Oil

Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin)

Scientific work

03 Pharmaceuticals Applications

The purpose of APIs according to the FDA is to cause ‘pharmacological activity or other direct effects in the diagnosis, cure, mitigation, treatment or prevention of disease or to affect the structure and function of the human body.

Any drug or medication is composed of two components. The first is the API – which is the central ingredient. The second is known as the excipient, which is the inactive substance that serves as the vehicle for the API itself. If the drug is in a syrup form, then the excipient is the liquid that has been used to make it as such.

04 We Supply

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