Nippon Sheet Glass Co., Ltd. has transferred its battery separator business to ENTEK
NSG is a Tokyo Stock Exchange-listed $450 million market capitalization Japanese glass and glazing products manufacturer. It has been supplying battery separators for lead-acid batteries mainly in Asia, including Japan, for decades with manufacturing footprints in Japan and China. With firm trust of the customers in its products, the BSB has a strong market position in Japan. ENTEK is a global leader with over 35 years of history in the battery separator business, supplying separators for both lead-acid and lithium batteries to customers globally. ENTEK and NSG are partners in its battery separator joint venture in Indonesia and the companies have established a good relationship over the years.
Considering ENTEK’s established business foundation and mutual trust, NSG has decided that the best option for the BSB as well as for the customers and the stakeholders is for the BSB to be integrated with and managed by ENTEK so that it can develop further and enhance its value for its customers.
I am grateful to the Lincoln team for providing strategic guidance and valuable advice to NSG throughout the process.
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