Ambu brings plans for Mexico factory forward

Ambu wants to accelerate the establishment of its new factory facility in Mexico, which will handle production for the firm's portfolio of single-use endoscopes.

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In connection with the guidance downgrade that Ambu announced last week, the company also discloses positive news: It is bringing forward the completion date of its new factory in Mexico.

Previously, the company planned to have the Ambu factory done over the course of the staggered fiscal year 2022/2023, but now, Ambu instead aims to complete construction work over the course of its 2021/2022 financial year.

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