Sonova has finished acquiring Sennheiser's consumer division

Hearing aid manufacturer Sonova has gained a fourth business arm by taking over audio firm Sennheiser’s consumer division.

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The world’s biggest hearing aid manufacturer, Swiss Sonova, has dotted the i’s and crossed the t’s in the acquisition deal concerning audio firm Sennheiser’s consumer division, a company press release announces.

The original completion date was postponed in October last year. Sonova had planned to finish the acquisition within the calendar year 2021, but due to the slower than anticipated integration of the firm’s IT systems, it was pushed into first quarter of 2022.

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