Christopher Goodfellow - 13 May 2011
Alistair Wallace, Senior Emissions Control Analyst at Integer Research, recently gave a presentation at Integer's first Diesel Emissions Conference and ARLA 32 Forum in São Paolo, Brazil on SCR and DEF in the Non-Road Mobile Machinery (NRMM) Market.
The presentation referred to Integer's latest research report on SCR and the Non-Road Mobile Machinery (NRMM) Market. This includes:
- Legislation: harmony between global NOx and PM limits, and SCR market penetration issues
- Global parc: future trends and suitability for SCR, plus engine producers requiring aftertreatment
- AdBlue forecasts: 2010 to 2020
- Brazilian NRMM and SCR: parc breakdown, state of the market, major suppliers and conclusions
View Integer's NRMM Brochure, call +44 20 7503 1265 or email firstname.lastname@example.org, for more information.
Ben Treadwell - 28 April 2016
Old World Industries, LLC announced today that it has completed the acquisition of Victory Blue, a Dallas based diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) company. The asset purchase included seven production facilities throughout the U.S. Kal Mahmood, President & CEO at Old World Industries stated that this acquisition would bring about improved...
Ben Treadwell - 24 November 2015
discoverDEF is conducting a series of short interviews with fleet operators as part of our new 'Fleet Focus' series. These articles will look at issues in fleet DEF consumption and logistics, including overall size of SCR fleet, total DEF consumption, purchasing strategy and storage. Fleet Focus: discoverDEF spoke with Jeff Shefchik,...
Rebecca Hayward - 29 June 2015
In June 2015, U.S. bulk DEF prices weakened to their lowest recorded level in 2015. On average, prices recorded a $0.04/G reduction in June compared to prices at the beginning of the year in January. The pace of decline in June was diverse according to supply mode. On the one hand, U.S. tote refill prices fell by 0.02/G in June because...
Rebecca Hayward - 2 June 2015
In May 2015, U.S. bulk Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) prices were approximately $0.03/G lower than their all-time high in March 2015. Compared to April price increases were observed for U.S. FTL and tote-refill deliveries, rising by $0.05/G and $0.04/G month-on-month, respectively. Conversely, LTL prices followed a different trend and softened...
Rebecca Hayward - 5 May 2015
The April issue of DEF Tracker reported a downward correction in Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) prices after five consecutive months of price increases. The change in April shows early signs of an easing of the supply situation after Bulk DEF prices began to rise at the end of 2014, as the effects of supply interruptions at urea producers...