Sonova keeps options open for potential Costco contract
The large client, which Sonova doesn’t mention by name, has historically changed suppliers of its private hearing aid label every few years. This is worth keeping in mind if renegotiations were to happen.
by marketwire, translated by daniel pedersen
The world’s biggest hearing aid manufacturer, Swiss Sonova, still hasn’t made a clear decision about what its next step should be concerning a large client, which is likely to be US retail chain Costco.
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The US retail chain has stopped selling its own private label hearing aids – and until the next generation comes along, other hearing companies selling products via Costco are enjoying the empty shelf space.