DEF Tracker: Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) prices increase for bulk deliveries to end users

Christopher Goodfellow - 6 March 2012

Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) prices for tote refills and other bulk deliveries increased between January and February 2011, as suppliers reacted to increasing raw material costs, according to DEF Tracker.
The U.S. DEF pump price was maintained at $2.75 per gallon between January and February, after falling by one cent in the previous reporting period. The Canadian DEF pump price was maintained at CAD$0.80 per litre between January and February. Pilot Flying J opened a new location in Lancaster, ONT, the fifth of its kind in Canada in February.
The truck stop network for bulk DEF recorded strong growth, with 33 new locations added. Texas dominated this growth, adding the highest number of locations for the third consecutive month.
DEF Tracker includes pump price data for every U.S. state and Canadian province offering the facility and further price references for full truck load bulk deliveries, less than full truck load bulk, tote refills and packaged products, accompanied by analysis from industry experts. For more information and to sign up to the service see Integer Research's home page.

Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) prices for tote refills and other bulk deliveries increased between January and February 2012, as suppliers reacted to increasing raw material costs, according to DEF Tracker.

The U.S. DEF pump price was maintained at $2.75 per gallon between January and February, after falling by one cent in the previous reporting period. The Canadian DEF pump price was maintained at CAD$0.80 per litre. Pilot Flying J opened a new location in Lancaster, ONT, the fifth of its kind in Canada, in February.

The truck stop network for bulk DEF recorded strong growth, with 33 new locations added. Texas dominated this growth, adding the highest number of locations for the third consecutive month.

DEF Tracker includes pump price data for every U.S. state and Canadian province offering the facility and further price references for full truck load bulk deliveries, less than full truck load bulk, tote refills and packaged products, accompanied by analysis from industry experts. For more information and to sign up to the service see Integer Research's home page.

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