Sagent Pharmaceuticals Inc is a Delaware corporation that was incorporated in 2011. The Company was initially founded in 2006 as Sagent Holding Co., a Cayman Islands company, it reincorporated as Sagent Pharmaceuticals, Inc., a Delaware corporation, in connection with its initial public offering, on April 26, 2011. The Company is engaged in the developing, manufacturing, sourcing and marketing injectable pharmaceutical products, which it sells primarily in the United States of America. The Company primarily focuses on generic injectable pharmaceuticals, which provide customers a lower-cost alternative to branded products when applicable patents have expired or been declared invalid, or when the products are determined not to infringe the patents of others, it offers customers, products across anti-infective, oncolytic and critical care indications in a variety of presentations, including single- and multi-dose vials and ready-to-use pre-filled syringes and premix bags. It generally seeks to develop injectable products where the form or packaging of the product can be enhanced to improve delivery, product safety or end-user convenience. At the year end, the Company's product portfolio has grown to a total of 53 products which can be classified into the following three product categories: anti-infective, oncology and critical care. Its anti-infective products assist in the treatment of various infections and related symptoms, its oncology products are used in the treatment of cancer and cancer-related medical problems, and its critical care products are used in a variety of critical care applications and include anesthetics, cardiac medications, steroidal products and sedatives. The Company distributes its products primarily through pharmaceutical wholesalers and, to a lesser extent, specialty distributors that focus on particular therapeutic product categories, for use by a wide variety of end-users, including U.S. hospitals, integrated delivery networks and alternative site facilities. The Company's principal competitors include Fresenius Kabi, a division of Fresenius SE, Hospira, Inc., Pfizer Inc., Sandoz International GmbH, a division of Novartis AG, Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. and West-Ward Pharmaceutical Corp. The Company is subject to extensive regulation by governmental authorities in the U.S. and in other countries.