Coloplast doesn't expect impact from potential Russian gas halt

Coloplast has been working on phasing out natural gas use in its factories the world over in recent years, and today the Danish medtech company only uses natural gas to a limited extent.

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Danish medtech firm Coloplast is only expecting to be impacted to a very limited extent by the increasing cost of natural gas. Production issues aren’t in the cards even if the company was cut off from Russian gas completely, Coloplast writes in a comment to MarketWire.

Coloplast, which has factories in sites all over the world, has been phasing out natural gas, meaning the energy source is only used to a limited extent and primarily to heat the company’s facilities.

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