Car battery failures are the bane of any car owner, and they always happen at the most inconvenient of times—such as when rushing off to the next work site, or when picking up the kids after work. While battery replacements is unavoidable and should be carried out every three to five years, persistent failures may mean that there is an issue with your vehicles’ electrical system, or that the car battery is not suited to your needs. Read full article
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA – Johnson Controls, the world’s largest automotive battery manufacturer, earned the top award for quality from the Korean Standards Association (KSA). This is the 11th consecutive year the company’s Delkor® batteries have been listed on the Korean Standard Quality Excellence Index (KS-QEI). Read full article
Johnson Controls Delkor Battery Corporation was awarded the No. 1 quality company under the automotive battery category from KSA (Korean Standards Association) for 11 consecutive years. The KS-QEI award ceremony was held at Lotte Hotel in Seoul, Korea on 27 September 2016.
Many journalists were present at the ceremony. There were publications from the two most popular newspapers in Korea; Maeil Business Newspaper and Dong-A Ilbo. Read full article
The Johnson Controls Delkor battery manufacturing plant in Korea has been awarded the 2015 General Motors (GM) Supplier Quality Excellence award for the second year in a row. The award from GM recognizes global suppliers who demonstrate excellent performance and quality in their manufacturing process, products and services. Read full article