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American manganese reports promising lithium-ion battery recycling results

Tue, 10/29/2019 - 15:07 -- Paul Crompton

Recycled materials firm American Manganese has received positive results from third-party testing of its RecycLiCo™ lithium-ion battery material recycling just weeks after completing the fifth and final stage of tests at its pilot plant.

The company has released the results from its independent contract laboratory, Kemetco Research regarding test by a tier-one firm— referred to as Company A due to a confidentiality agreement.

See BEST Magazine’s latest edition for an in-depth interview with American Manganese here.

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Tesla signs battery material deal with China’s Ganfeng Lithium

Mon, 09/24/2018 - 11:54 -- John Shepherd
Ganfeng Lithium

China's largest lithium compounds producer, Jiangxi Ganfeng Lithium, has signed a deal to supply a fifth of its production to Tesla.

Under the terms of the agreement, Tesla will designate its battery suppliers to buy lithium-hydroxide products from Ganfeng, according to a Shenzhen exchange filing on 21 September.

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Japan chems firm launches battery materials business in Shanghai

Tue, 04/24/2018 - 09:53 -- Xuan Zhong
Japan chems firm launches battery materials business in Shanghai

Japan-based global chemicals conglomerate Showa Denko has launched a new business in Shanghai to expand its sales of advanced battery materials across China.

Denko said its wholly-owned subsidiary— Showa Denko Battery Materials (Shanghai) Co— will strengthen the group’s battery materials activities in the country as it ramps up its new energy vehicles (NEVs) sector.

 
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