JCI-Saft plans first Li-ion plant in North America, but is it too little, too late?

Last week the joint venture between the U.S.-based Johnson Controls and the French company Saft Batteries, JCS, announced that it plans to build its first North American manufacturing facility for lithium-ion batteries in Michigan. The JV is the supplier of lithium-ion batteries for the Mercedes S-C...

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