Merck, Inc.

Merck Inc. Philippines
Merck Inc. started operation in the Philippines in 1973 as a division of Pharma Industries Inc., now known as Zuellig Pharma Corporation (ZPC), to promote the pharmaceutical products of Merck KGaA.                                           
Today, the company and its employees continue to work together in providing quality pharmaceutical and specialty chemical products and services to its customers.
Merck Inc. looks forward to continued success and to contribute further to the development of the Philippines as a responsible multinational company.
Facts & Figures
Managing DirectorRamonito T. Tampos
Major products - PharmaceuticalsCardioMetabolic Care (diabetes, cardiovascular, thyroid disease), oncology (colorectal cancer, head and neck cancer), fertility, endocrinology (growth hormone), neurodegenerative diseases (multiple sclerosis), Consumer Health Care (women’s and children’s health)
Major products - ChemicalsReagents, chemicals, biosciences, environmental test kits, culture media, analytical instrumentation, pharma and food raw materials, pigments and cosmetic actives, clinical diagnostics and chemistry analyzers


Merck, Inc.
24/F GT Tower International
6813 Ayala Avenue
1227 Makati City
Tel.: +63 2 815-4067
Fax: +63 2 818-6262
CEO: Managing Director: Ramonito T. Tampos
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Pioneering work for allergy patients

Whether allergies are due to heredity, environmental pollution or excessive hygiene, they are troublesome illnesses of the immune system whose effects should not be underestimated.

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Partnerships for better early diagnosis

Few people know the symptoms of a head and neck tumor. Merck is therefore supporting head and neck tumor awareness week again this year.

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Honeybees sweeten “Go Green” initiative

In the town of Aubonne on the north side of Lake Geneva in Switzerland, Merck Serono employees produce not only cutting-edge biotechnological medicines, but their own honey too.

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