Archive news for June 2012

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Cascadia Evolution delivers seven per cent improvement in fuel economy over an EPA 2010 models

Christopher Goodfellow - 8 June 2012

Freightliner Trucks' new Cascadia Evolution will deliver a 7% enhancement on the fuel economy of previous EPA 2010 compliant models with improvements in aerodynamics, weight reduction and Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) repackaging. DD15's BlueTec 1-Box SCR package, which requires Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF), has been optimized to...

Transliquid launch Fleet Pro DEF mini-bulk unit

Christopher Goodfellow - 8 June 2012

Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) distributor Transliquid Technologies has launched the Fleet Pro DEF, an insulated DEF mini-bulk storage tank system. A statement from the company said: "The Fleet Pro DEF tank was conceived from the initial idea of offering a Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) outdoor mini-bulk storage tank system.  The result...

DEF Tracker: Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) pump prices increase

Christopher Goodfellow - 8 June 2012

The average U.S. DEF pump price increased by seven cent to $2.81/G between April and May, according to DEF Tracker, the biggest pump price movement since the price referencing service launched in October 2011. Pilot Flying J and Love's Travel Stops increased pump pricing by $0.10/G across their networks at the start of May (although the...

Yara opens new Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) Terminal in Bayonne, NJ

Christopher Goodfellow - 28 June 2012

Air1 Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) manufacturer and distributor Yara has opened a new a new storage terminal in Bayonne, NJ. Chad Dombroski, Director of Air1 for Yara, said: "Fleets depend upon the reliable delivery of quality DEF. As the world's largest DEF producer, this terminal opening reflects our on-going commitment to ensuring Air1... launches jobs listing service for the Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) industry

Christopher Goodfellow - 14 June 2012 is launching a jobs listing service for positions in the Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) industry. The job postings, which will be accessible via the site's menu bar, will cover the DEF industry, such as DEF sales personnel and equipment specialists. At launch, this service will be free of charge. To add your listing, click...

Navistar incurs $10 million in fines for non-EPA 2010 compliant engines

Christopher Goodfellow - 12 June 2012

Navistar has incurred $10 million in fines for the production of non-EPA 2010 compliant engines, according to its second quarter results. Navistar ran out of emissions credits, which it had previously relied on to meet the 2012 emissions standards in its GVWR >14,000 pounds engine family, on  February 29, 2012. The Environmental...