Every step, from approval to production and delivery of a drug is strictly controlled to meet our high quality standards. Our partners must be able to present all the necessary certifications and are constantly monitored.
An in-house laboratory deals exclusively with the quality control of each batch produced. Only after passing all tests is the product released for the Austrian market. Storage and distribution are subject to strict quality requirements. A complete documentation of all control steps guarantees our high quality standards. We work according to GMP and GDP and in close cooperation with national and international authorities.
We attach particular importance to comprehensive service for all our partners.
Doctors, pharmacists and patients benefit from our comprehensive range of services. For example, all package leaflets (package insert texts) for our medicines are available online at all times. You can find further services, information and practical tools at
In compliance with the Austrian Medicines Act, the medical service area is reserved exclusively for medical professionals, i.e. doctors and pharmacists.
With our business activities - the sale of high-quality and inexpensive generic drugs and selected dietary supplements - we make a valuable contribution to maintaining the high quality standards of the domestic health care system and to the continuous care of patients. In doing so, we attach great importance to social responsibility, both in our company and in society, and support various organisations, such as the SOS Children's Village or the voluntary fire brigades.
In order to ensure the continuous supply of patients with high-quality drugs and to continuously improve the quality of care, we work together with members of healthcare professionals and organizations. In the spirit of our corporate policy, which is characterized by fairness and transparency, all services of monetary value provided to Genericon by healthcare professionals or organizations are openly presented on our website in order to make them comprehensible to the public.