Computer Intelligence…isn’t.

This is the response I received after sending a email to Eveready.

Customer By Service Web (John …) (07/14/2019 12:42 PM)

Let me help you !
I recently went through my house pulling every Duracell battery from every device and together with all the unused (new) batteries I tossed them out. I then replaced them in my devices with Eveready batteries, but only from packages marked “Made in USA”.

Duracells were the only batteries I used for many decades, but they moved their production to China and as a result I lost devices, ruined by battery leakage. A problem I haven’t seen in USA batteries in a long time. I am never buying or using Duracell batteries again.

Please do not go the route of manufacturing in China. The day I see a “Made in China” on a package of Evereadys is the day I throw you in the same waste basket as Duracell.

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Subject
General Inquiry
Response By Email (Sara) (07/15/2019 06:42 PM)
Case ID# 190714-000015
Dear John …
Thank you for contacting Energizer, We appreciate your feedback.
Energizer prides itself on producing the highest quality products that meet the needs of our consumers.
We are fortunate to receive thousands of comments from our consumers each year.
Your loyalty to our brand is greatly appreciated.
Thank you again for your interest in Energizer and the opportunity to serve. If you need any assistance, please feel free to contact us.
Sincerely,
Question Reference # 190714-000015
  • Date Created: 07/14/2019 12:42 PM
  • Date Last Updated: 07/15/2019 06:42 PM
  • Status: Solved
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1 Response to Computer Intelligence…isn’t.

  1. Dan says:

    Mass battery production for consumers has been offshores almost entirely for several reasons. First is of course labor costs. Next up would be environmental costs. A CLEAN process costs money. Cheaper to offshore production to a place that doesn’t care about pollution. China, India, Mexico etc are the major producers for common batteries most people use.

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