Archive news for November 2010

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Yara begins shipments of Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) to two US terminals

Christopher Goodfellow - 9 November 2010

Yara has started shipping Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) into US terminals in Baltimore, PA, and Port Huenemee, CA, from its European production plants. Rolf Isberg, Global Head for Air1 at Yara, told that the company plans to add one or two more import terminals in 2011. The vessels have a capacity of between 34,000 and...

CoreFluids opens DEF manufacturing plant

Christopher Goodfellow - 8 November 2010

CoreFluids has opened a production plant in Hanford, CA to produce its NOxBlue-branded Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF). Manufacture started with an annual capacity of 2m gallons, on a single-shift production pattern. has been told additional shifts and storage facilities will be added as demand increases. The...

Sandri to supply BlueSky Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF)

Christopher Goodfellow - 3 November 2010

Fuel and lubricants supplier Sandri will distribute Prime Lube's BlueSky Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) across Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Vermont and in eastern New York State. Robert Arbasetti, Chief Executive officer of Prime Lube, said: "Sandri is a well-diversified, progressive energy supplier and we are confident that our...

Pynergy Petroleum joins DeliveryONE network

Christopher Goodfellow - 3 November 2010

Pynergy Petroleum has joined Mansfield Oil's DeliveryONE network to deliver Air1-branded Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) to 47 counties in Colorado and Southeast Wyoming. Max Boffa, DEF Territory Manager at DeliveryONE, said: "Air1 is a door opening product and it is another way to get Pynergy's name out in the marketplace. They will continue...

Pilot reduces fuel-island DEF price by 19c to $2.799 per gallon

Christopher Goodfellow - 3 November 2010

Pilot Travel Centers has reduced the pump price of Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) by 19c from $2.99 per gallon to $2.799 per gallon. Pilot operates the largest retail network of Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) pumps in North America, with 66 in service at time of press including Fly J locations. Currently all locations are priced at the same...

Ryder to offer DEF across North America

Christopher Goodfellow - 23 November 2010

Transport and logistics company Ryder Systems plans to stock Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) at all of its North American service locations. Robert Sanchez, President of Global Fleet Management Solutions at Ryder, said: "As more EPA 2010 compliant vehicles are introduced into our customers' fleets, we are prepared to ensure that customers will...