As raw material and energy prices rise, so do Coloplast's costs

In Tuesday’s Q1 financial results, medtech company Coloplast’s top and bottom lines reported growth, but increasing energy expenses and wage inflation in Hungary have meant that production costs have also gone up during the first quarter.

Anders Lonning-Skovgaard, EVP and CFO at Coloplast | Photo: Coloplast / PR

It is not only Coloplast’s top and bottom lines that have taken leaps in the first quarter of the skewed financial year 2021/2022.

The medtech company’s production costs also moved up a notch compared to the same period the year before, as evident in Coloplast’s financial results that were publicized on Tuesday.

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