Archive news for July 2012

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TA Travel Centers of America operates DEF pumps at over 100 locations

Christopher Goodfellow - 27 July 2012

Truckstop brand TA Travel Centers of America now has 101 locations equipped with Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) pumps at over 400 fuel lanes. Tom O'Brien, CEO and President of TA Travel Centers, said that the company carefully researched dispensing options; 97 locations have pumps dispensing at the fuel island and four provide DEF pumps at...

Brenntag names Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) representative for the Great Lakes region

Christopher Goodfellow - 25 July 2012

TerraCair Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) distributor Brenntag has appointed Larry Walderbach to the position of DEF Area Sales Representative of the Great Lakes region. Bret Happel, DEF Business Director at Brenntag, said: "Larry is a tenured sales professional with 20 years of experience in distribution. He is a true customer advocate and...

Yara secures exclusive Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) supply agreement with Rentech Nitrogen

Christopher Goodfellow - 24 July 2012

Yara has entered an exclusive agreement with Rentech Nitrogen for the purchase and distribution of Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) produced at its facility in East Dubuque, Illinois. The agreement comes just ahead of Rentech Nitrogen's urea expansion and DEF build-out, to be completed later this year.  Under the agreement, Rentech...

First DEF Pump for Saskatchewan, Canada

Lucy Terry - 19 July 2012

Pilot Flying J has opened the first DEF pump at a fuel island in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. The Saskatoon-based location is only the sixth in Canada to supply DEF at the pump. All six are operated by Pilot Flying J. The truckstop brand dominates the North American DEF retail market, with a total of 307 locations. Pilot Flying...

Hyundai to supply Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) systems to drillships

Christopher Goodfellow - 18 July 2012

Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) has announced that it is to supply 18 Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) systems for three ships ordered by offshore drilling contractor Rowan Companies. The three drillships are part of two $1.12bn and $600m orders awarded to HHI by Rowan in June and November...

EXCLUSIVE: Love’s drops Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) pump price to $2.49 per gallon

Christopher Goodfellow - 16 July 2012

Love's Travel Stops reduced its national Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) price to $2.49 per gallon, on Friday, July 13 2012. Jon Archard, Director of Fleet Sales for Love's, told "We are on track to meet our goal of installing bulk DEF at all Love's Travel Stops locations by the end of this year. Currently, we have 782 lanes...