Archive news for January 2012

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Navistar loses EPA court case

Lucy Terry - 20 January 2012

Navistar International has lost its bid to force the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to recall competitors' 2010 engines using Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) technology. A federal judge ruled that the engine manufacturer cannot force the EPA to recall products, which Navistar claims are more pollutant and do not comply with...

Semler Industries explains the effects of DEF crystallization

Christopher Goodfellow - 20 January 2012

A new video from Semler Industries, a provider of Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) pump and storage solutions, shows how DEF can become crystallized and why the fluid needs to be protected. Salim Rowe, Development Specialist at Semler Industries talks us through the issues: DD: Why do end-users need to worry about...

Mansfield Oil Company launches Mansfield Energy

Christopher Goodfellow - 20 January 2012

Mansfield Oil Company has officially launched Mansfield Energy, the company's newly-formed holding group. The new company will help promote investment in the development of its Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) offering, according to Mansfield's CEO. Michael Mansfield, Chief Executive Office of Mansfield Oil, said: "Our transportation fuels...

EXCLUSIVE: Love's to offer bulk DEF at all of its locations by the end of 2012

Christopher Goodfellow - 13 January 2012

Love's Travel Stops will offer bulk Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) at the pump at all of its truck stops by the end of 2012. Kevin McCarthy, Project Manager at Love's Travel Stops, told that the chain will offer DEF at all of its 220 current locations and at any new sites that come online during the year. McCarthy added that...