CoreFluids opens DEF manufacturing plant

Christopher Goodfellow - 8 November 2010

CoreFluids has opened a production plant in Hanford, CA to produce its NOxBlue-branded Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF).

Manufacture started with an annual capacity of 2m gallons, on a single-shift production pattern. discoverDEF.com has been told additional shifts and storage facilities will be added as demand increases.

The Californian-based company supplies bulk, tote and packaged DEF to fleets, passenger vehicles, off-road equipment, industrial plants and seagoing vessels.

CoreFluids was previously called Aucterus.

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