Archive news for March 2010

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Recochem to supply Air1 DEF in Canada

Christopher Goodfellow - 8 March 2010

Canadian-based automotive fluid distribution company Recochem will package and sell Air1 DEF across its branch network. The Air1 product will be available in 2.5 gallon cans, 55 gallon drums, 275 gallon Intermediate Bulk Containers and in bulk by road tanker. Recochem has distribution locations in Montréal, Toronto, Edmonton and...

Arizona fuel company ready to supply local markets with Air1 DEF

Laura Cross - 5 March 2010

Family owned Pioneer Distributing Co. is to supply eight counties in Arizona with the Yara produced Air1 DEF brand. It is doing this in partnership with Mansfield Oil Company, whose Delivery ONE programme provides the distribution network for Yara's Air1 DEF throughout the US. Yara and Mansfield are providing support and training to...

Cummins splits with Navistar over SCR choice

Christopher Goodfellow - 24 March 2010

Navistar will no longer offer Cummins engines because of its decision to use Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) in its 2010 models. Cummins president, Rich Freeland, said SCR was the right choice to meet the new EPA regulations, regardless of this development: "In each emissions cycle there's a decision: can you stretch and get a...

CleanBlue DEF launched

Laura Cross - 18 March 2010

TRP Aftermarket Parts has entered the US DEF market with its own CleanBlue branded diesel exhaust fluid (DEF). The new fluid is API certified, and can be purchased in 2.5 gallon jugs, 55 gallon drums and 275-300 gallon totes. CleanBlue DEF will be made available at authorized TRP retailers, including Kenworth, Peterbilt and...

New dispensing technology revealed

Laura Cross - 16 March 2010

Dresser Wayne Inc., a designer of infrastructure products for the global energy industry, has launched a new diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) dispenser for the refilling of DEF at a truckstop's fuel island. The new design, which arrives in the US having had 5 years of field testing in Europe, will be installed alongside existing fuelling points,...

TET continues to close DEF deals

Laura Cross - 1 March 2010

Terra Environmental Technologies Inc (TET) continues to develop its network in the growing North American DEF market and has recently announced the addition of Sapp Brothers Travel Centers to its network TerraCair Ultrapure DEF distributors. The company's TerraCair brand DEF has also received the endorsement of three large truckstop networks...