A day after it announced the $230 million deal to buy a US-based company, Sun Pharmaceutical Industries on Friday said it is looking forward to larger acquisitions as a part of its expansion plans.
"We continue to look for opportunities to expand our business in all the key geographies and markets we are focused on. We are looking at acquiring businesses hopefully larger then DUSA going forward," Sun Pharma managing director Dilip Shanghvi said in a conference call.
As part of its expansion plans the company had yesterday inked a pact to acquire US-based DUSA Pharmaceuticals for around $230 million (around Rs 1,250 crore).
The company also said it is revising its revenue growth guidance upwards to 30-32 per cent for the fiscal year ending March 2013.
The company had earlier said that sales would grow 18-20 per cent in FY13.
Sun Pharma scrip was trading at Rs 703.60 on the BSE, up 1.07 per cent from its previous close.