Sonova launches Hansaton hearing aids in China

Switzerland-based Sonova Group, a leading provider of innovative hearing care solutions, announced the market launch of Hansaton hearing aids in China as well as a strategic partnership with China’s Sheng Wang Hearing Service Group. Sheng Wang will act as the general agent for the device in mainland China, improving the product accessibility to the hearing-impaired Chinese population. No financial details were disclosed.

Hansaton hearing aids, which integrate German hearing aid technology and high-tech Swiss chips, allow people with hearing loss to have better listening ability and a more natural hearing experience with its intelligent original sound reproduction system. Various styles and customized services are expected to meet the individual needs of different demographic groups.


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