Transliquid Technologies opens production plant in Houston to manufacture NoxGuard

Christopher Goodfellow - 16 August 2012

Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) distributor Transliquid Technologies has opened a DEF production plant in Houston, TX, to manufacture its newly launched NoxGuard brand.

Andy Cuadra, President and CMO at Transliquid, said:  "Plans are under way for a second strategic blending site, boasting more capabilities and flexibility, such as private labelling, and much more."

The Houston blending terminal is located at 10120 Hirsch Road, Houston, TX, and has the capability to fill bulk trucks, totes and drums. A rail spur runs parallel to the production building, allowing the loading and unloading of rail cars.

Transliquid NoxGuard is API registered.

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