Battery demand unlikely to pick up despite damage to cars
Nov 21, 2012 | 09:39 AM
| Daniel Fitzgerald
NEW YORK Secondary lead producers and battery manufacturers havent seen any increase in demand stemming from the damage caused by Hurricane Sandy last month, they said.
Despite estimates ranging as high as 250,000 cars destroyed by the storm, market participants contacted by AMM said they had yet to see what effect, if any, the storm would have on the industry.....
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