The Key Players in Global Automotive Lead Acid Battery Market 2015-2019

Monday 7 September 2015, Amsterdam

Market Research Report Press Release The report recognizes the following companies as the key players in the Global Automotive Lead Acid Battery market: Amara Raja Batteries, East Penn Manufacturing, Exide Technologies, FIAMM, GS Yuasa and Johnson Controls

Other Prominent Vendors in the market are: ATLASBX, Camel Group, Chaowei Power, China Shoto and Leoch International Technology

Commenting on the report, an analyst said: “According to Technavio analysis, the majority of the demand for batteries for automotive applications should come from South Korea, India, Malaysia, and Indonesia during the forecast period. Developed countries are expected to witness static sales. With increasing vendor competition in saturated markets, most automotive battery manufacturers are shifting their focus to developing regions for new growth potential.”

According to the report, lead-acid batteries dominate the automotive sector due to their increased demand in SLI applications, which require high initial current to start the engine. Lead-acid batteries are designed to deliver high initial energy quickly, depending on cranking amps (CA) or CCA ratings.

Further, the report states that harmful effects of flooded lead-acid batteries is hindering the market growth.

The study was conducted using an objective combination of primary and secondary information including inputs from key participants in the industry. The report contains a comprehensive market and vendor landscape in addition to a SWOT analysis of the key vendors.
Global Automotive Lead-acid Battery Market 2015-2019

Global Automotive Lead-acid Battery Market 2015-2019

Publish date : September 2015
Report code : ASDR-216780
Pages : 86

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