European Commission fines used lead acid battery purchasing cartel

Damage actions possible / Campine plans to appeal the decision


(EU) – The European Commission has handed down a €68m fine to the companies Campine, EcoBat Technologies and Recylex because they illegally fixed purchasing prices for scrap car batteries. A fourth company, Johnson Controls, was not fined because it revealed the existence of the cartel to the Commission, the EU ...

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