LG Chem CEO Park Jin-soo said Tuesday that its car battery making plant in the United States is getting back to normal after a brief suspension of operation. The world’s biggest manufacturer of rechargeable batteries had halted production due to suppressed demand.
“We are normalizing our battery plant in Holland, Michigan. The factory is in the process of ramping up production after experiencing some troubles,” Park told reporters at a restaurant in Seoul, Tuesday. The chief executive said foreign media reports about the situation at the U.S. plant were “exaggerated.”
“We are training our employees in the United States in preparation for more demand,” he said.
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