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New owner for Alcad’s North American lead business

Thu, 09/20/2018 - 12:29 -- John Shepherd
Mesa batteries

US industrial power supply company Mesa Technical Associates is to acquire Alcad’s lead-acid business in North America for an undisclosed sum.

Mesa said the agreement would allow Alcad to “focus on its core business of providing complete solutions for nickel-cadmium battery systems”.

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Lead-acid and Ni-Cd battery use falls in UK

Thu, 09/15/2016 - 14:33 -- Paul Crompton

The use of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium batteries in the UK is declining year-on-year, if figures by the Environment Agency are to be believed.

The amount of lead-acid batteries placed on the market fell by 128 tonnes in 2015 from 2,338 tonnes in 2014.

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China records strong lead-acid, lithium-ion battery growth

Thu, 07/17/2014 - 10:07 -- Laura Varriale
China battery industry

China's lead-acid and lithium-ion battery industries recorded double-digit growth in 2013 while nickel-metal hydride and nickel-cadmium exports fell, according to a report by SinoMarketInsight.

The report, 'China Battery Industry Report 2014-2017', states the yield of lead-acid batteries in China was 205m kVA, 15.4% more than 2012. This is somewhat of a rebound following the 2011 crackdown on what the Chinese government euphemistically called 'backward lead-acid and secondary lead industry production capacities'.

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