Sonion chair retires as replacement takes over

Walther Thygesen has chosen to step down from hearing firm Sonion’s board of directors, and Dutch national Piet Coelewij has assumed the role.

Walther Thygesen is retiring and has therefore left Sonion | Photo: Nils Meilvang/Ritzau Scanpix

Sonion, which is owned by Novo Holdings and supplies components to the hearing aid industry, has appointed a new chair of its board of directors, the firm has announced in a press release.

Piet Coelewij, former chief executive of Wehkamp, has taken up the mantle from outgoing chair Walther Thygesen, who is retiring.

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