Archive news for 3 July 2010

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DTNA recalls workers to meet EPA 2010 demand

Christopher Goodfellow - 3 July 2010

Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA) has recalled 540 workers to its plant in North Carolina after receiving orders for more than 21,400 EPA 2010 compliant vehicles. The company hopes to manufacture 67% more Class 8 heavy-duty trucks in July compared to the previous year, all of which will be equipped with SCR and require Diesel...

Nash Oil and Smoke Oil to distribute Air1 Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF)

Christopher Goodfellow - 3 July 2010

Mansfield Oil has expanded its Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) distribution network in Carolina by partnering with two local fuel and lubricant distributors. Nash Oil, a South Carolina gasoline firm and Smoke Oil, which includes McCraw Oil and Parker Oil, will now work as part of Mansfield Oil's DeliveryONE network covering 58...

Air1 wins Knight Transportation Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) contract

Christopher Goodfellow - 3 July 2010

Truckload carrier Knight Transportation has awarded an exclusive contract to supply its fleet with Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) to Yara's Air1. Chad Dombroski, Yara's Director of Air1, said: "Our inside knowledge of how to help fleets starting off with Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) will put them on track.  Knight has been a long...

Charles Culverhouse joins Old World Industries

Christopher Goodfellow - 3 July 2010

Charles Culverhouse has joined Old World Industries as DEF Equipment Business Manager. Charles will be responsible for developing and rolling out tote, drum and bulk dispenser equipment solutions across Old World Industries' Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) business.

KOST USA expects DEF market to reach 16 million gallons in 2010

Christopher Goodfellow - 3 July 2010

KOST USA's forecast for the total Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) market in 2010 is 16 million gallons and the company expects volumes to grow ten-fold over the next two years. Lyle Westerfield, Director of Business Development, told DiscoverDEF.com that the company has opened 16 production plants to meet the demand for its DEFendal...