Yara’s Houston terminal receives first shipment of DEF

Laura Cross - 7 November 2011

Yara North America, producer of Air1-branded Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF), has announced the opening of a new storage terminal in Houston, TX.
The arrival of the first shipment from Yara's DEF production plant in Sluiskil, Netherlands, was confirmed on November 7. The terminal has DEF storage capacity of one million gallons, which will be used to target demand in Texas and neighboring states. Both retail and fleet supply locations will be supported by the new terminal.
Chad Dombroski, Director of Air1 for Yara commented, "The Houston terminal opening is an important milestone as we continue to expand our global supply chain capabilities domestically to meet the growing demand for DEF in North America."
Yara recently commissioned an expansion of urea capacity at its Sluiskil plant.

Yara North America, producer of Air1-branded Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF), has announced the opening of a new storage terminal in Houston, TX.

The arrival of the first shipment from Yara's DEF production plant in Sluiskil, Netherlands, was confirmed on November 7. The terminal has DEF storage capacity of one million gallons, which will be used to target demand in Texas and neighboring states. Both retail and fleet supply locations will be supported by the new terminal.

Chad Dombroski, Director of Air1 for Yara commented, "The Houston terminal opening is an important milestone as we continue to expand our global supply chain capabilities domestically to meet the growing demand for DEF in North America."

Yara recently commissioned an expansion of urea capacity at its Sluiskil plant.

 

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