Össur key market sales normalize during second quarter

Prosthetics manufacturer Össur has experienced significant improvements to its growth in Q2 2021, compared to the same period last year which was hugely affected by covid-19.

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Icelandic prosthetics firm Össur's key market sales have normalized during the second quarter of this year, with large growth achieved compared to the same period in 2020.

"Sales continued to normalize on our key markets, both within Prosthetics and Bracing & Supports. The sales growth during the second quarter was high, as the comparable period in 2020 was highly affected by covid-19," says Jon Sigurdsson, CEO of Össur, in the company's quarterly report.

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