May 1, 2013
/PRNewswire/ -- Tianyin Pharmaceutical Co., Inc. (NYSE Amex: TPI), a pharmaceutical company that specializes in patented biopharmaceutical, modernized traditional Chinese medicine (mTCM), branded generics and active pharmaceutical ingredients (API) today reported that TPI's operation sustained the recent earthquake and the following aftershocks caused by the Ya'an earthquake in
, 2013. Manufacturing facilities of TPI at Longquan County and Xinjin County of
have been operating undisturbed during the earthquake and the aftershocks that followed.
The Ya'an earthquake occurred at
Beijing Time on
April 20, 2013
with the epicenter located in Lushan County, Ya'an City,
, about 72 miles from the capital of
. The magnitude of the earthquake was measured at a range of 6.6 to 7.0 by China Earthquake Data Center with 1,815 aftershocks have been recorded within the first 72 hours. The earthquake has resulted in 196 people dead, 24 missing, and at least 11,826 injured with more than 968 seriously injured (
, TPI is a pharmaceutical company that specializes in the development, manufacturing, marketing and sales of patented biopharmaceutical, mTCM, branded generics and API. TPI currently manufactures a comprehensive portfolio of 58 products, 24 of which are listed in the highly selective national medicine reimbursement list, 7 are included in the essential drug list of
. TPI's pipeline targets various high incidence healthcare indications. For more information about TPI, please visit:
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