TOKYO (Reuters) - GS Yuasa Corp <6674.T>, the Japanese maker of lithium-ion battery cells used in Boeing Co's
Its statement comes after a report in the Wall Street Journal on Thursday said the company disagreed with Boeing about what should be included in a package of measures aimed at getting the airliner back in the air.
"Workers involved in design, production and quality control are working 24 hours a day using all their technical skill and knowledge to uncover the cause and make the battery safer," GS Yuasa said.
One battery caught fire onboard a Japan Airlines Co <9201.T> plane in Boston while another forced an All Nippon Airways Co <9202.T> plane to make an emergency landing in western Japan in January, prompting regulators in the U.S., Japan and elsewhere to ground all 50 Dreamliners in operation.
(Reporting by Tim Kelly; Editing by Edwina Gibbs)