Ambu downgrades due to covid-19 and logistical challenges

The medtech firm is downgrading its annual guidance as operations and the firm's logistics chain are still being affected by the pandemic.

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On Thursday evening, the medtech company lowered its guidance, as the covid-19 pandemic continues to affect the number of operations being performed while also disrupting the firm's supply chain, according to an Ambu press release.

Now, Ambu expects to realize organic growth in 2021/2022 at around 17 percent compared to 17-20 percent previously forecast. It predicts that the earnings before interest an taxes will be around 10 percent, compared to 11-12 percent predicted previously.

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