Christopher Goodfellow - 1 October 2012
Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) manufacturer Dyno Nobel plans to begin producing DEF at its urea plant in Cheyenne, Wyoming, during Q3 2013 and add additional capacity to its St Helens, Oregon, facility by the end of Q4 2012.
The company plans to increase production capacity at its St Helens plant by adding two additional 100,000 gallon tanks and improved truck and railcar loading facilities.
Chris Telschow, Industrial Chemicals Sales Manager at Dyno Nobel, said: "This new capacity will certainly be welcomed by the DEF market. Our high quality product and excellent loading capability continues to attract significant interest from DEF customers within our region."
The Cheyenne project includes two 100,000 gallon storage tanks and both truck and railcar loading capability.