Yara opens new Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) storage terminal in Chasepeake, VA

Niels Tholen - 17 May 2013

Yara has announced the opening of a new Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) terminal in Chasepeake, VA. The new facility expands Yara's storage capacity throughout the Mid-Atlantic region, allowing costumers increased access to Air1.

Chad Dombroski, Director of Air1 at Yara, said: "Yara continues to make large, scalable investments in our global supply chain network to answer the growth of the U.S. market. This terminal opening reflects Yara's ongoing commitment that our customers will have Air1 DEF where and when they need it."

Integer Research predicts the North American DEF consumption by Class 4-8 vehicles to reach 204 million gallons by the end of 2013, and to further increase to 402 million gallons in 2015.

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