At Morison, a clean environment is vital to all of us, and providing sustainable solutions to the most challenging environmental issues within our environment. We know the importance of healthcare, and then we try to provide access to safe, effective and affordable hygiene products and medical consumables. In other words, “we offer you more for less”.
We have a leading portfolio of products that addresses cleanliness, chronic wounds, burns, 3rd degree burns, laceration and prevention of diseases. We also have a pipeline of prospective new products that have the strength and efficacy to combat some new micro-organisms that are resistant to the regular products.
We have bone cutting machines, bone cements and herafill beads for bone/orthopedic reconstruction, total Knee and Hip replacement kit to mention a few. There is also the Renasys pump Negative Pressure Wound Therapy to address chronic wounds like leg ulcer, diabetes foot ulcer etc. We want to focus on the way we do business by operating with transparency in everything we do and listening to the views of decision makers in healthcare. By doing this, we reinforce the trust of our patients, customers, shareholders and stakeholders who rely on us.
Our achievement would be, to ensure that everyone everywhere have access to innovative treatments and quality healthcare.
- To be a world class Conglomerate that creates healthy products for life to flourish.
- Providing amazing customers experiences through Innovation of exceptional products and services.
Our company, Morison Industries Plc, is a public limited company quoted on the Nigerian Stock Exchange under the Healthcare Sector. The company became a public quoted company in 1978 when it was listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange.
The company has its head office at 28/30 Morison Crescent, Oregun Industrial Area, Ikeja, Lagos, Nigeria. The Company formerly known as J. L Morison, Sons and Jones (Nigeria) Limited was incorporated in Nigeria on 29th June 1955 after having operated as a small agency for overseas manufacturers in Nigeria from 1947.
Prior to the indigenization policy of the Federal Government of Nigeria, the Company had a 100% British Shareholding. With indigenization, however, 60% of the shares moved over to the Nigerian public while the remaining 40% remained with Guinness international who sold their shares in 1983 to ITM Group. The ITM Group sold their shares in 1991 to Morison Investments Ltd. U.K.
Morison belongs to various bodies of the Organised Private Sector and Chambers of Commerce as well as professional bodies.