Johnson Controls announces price increase for lead-acid batteries

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Johnson Controls Inc. says it will implement a price increase of 3% to 4% on lead-acid batteries sold in the United States and Canada later this summer. Inflationary pressures led to the price increase, according to the company.

The company says the increase is necessary to support increasing manufacturing costs and ongoing investments in health and safety and environmental projects.

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