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GN chair promises delayed product launches in H1 2022

Per Wold-Olsen, Chairman of GN Store Nord, says that GN Hearing is expecting to have previously postponed products ready for launch in the first half of 2022.

Per Wold-Olsen, chairman of the board of directors at GN Store Nord | Photo: Mik Eskestad/ERH

Back in October, GN Hearing had to downgrade its 2021 financial guidance considerably as two key product launches were delayed. Progress is now being made, and Chairman of GN Store Nord Per Wold-Olsen expects the products in question to hit the market in H1 2022, reports the Danish business daily Børsen.

"It is safe to presume that they will be launched during the first half year," Wold-Olsen tells Børsen, underscoring that the causes behind the delays have been dealt with.

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