Environmental concerns in China are driving real action for manufacturers

Two plants in Shanghai have recently been ordered to suspend production. One of the two plants was owned by Shanghai Johnson Controls, a wholly owned subsidiary of Johnson Controls, the world's largest lead-acid battery manufacturer (see the August 10, 2011 LRSGJ). This action was taken by the gover...

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