Brenntag North America achieved a license renewal for 2016 after satisfying API requirements

Alex Wood - 8 July 2016

Brenntag North America, a leading DEF distributor, satisfied all American Petroleum Institute (API) certification requirements in June and achieved a license renewal for all its DEF products. These include 2.5 gallon jugs, 55 gallon drums, 330 gallon totes, and bulk quantities. The company aims to lead by example and urges for the API logo to be more prevalent across the DEF marketplace. Going further, Brenntag have begun working with an API taskforce to prepare for renewal next year.

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