Component shortages impact WSA

A current trend in the hearing aid industry has been a lack of components for their devices, and WS Audiology, which is dedicated to securing its supply chain, has also seen a smaller effect in recent reporting.

Last October, GN Hearing had to downgrade lower its expectations due to component shortages. WSA, too, has been impacted | Photo: WS Audiology / PR

Component shortages and high shipping rates are almost the new normal for companies that produce anything electronic.

A few of WS Audiology’s products have been impacted by component scarcity, CEO of WSA Eric Bernard tells MedWatch in connection with the first quarter report of financial year 2021/2022 on Thursday.

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