Archive news for March 2011

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Love's picks Gilbarco as forecourt technology supplier

Christopher Goodfellow - 30 March 2011

Love's Travel Stops & Country Stores has awarded petroleum retail equipment supplier Gilbarco Veeder-Root a three-year contract to supply forecourt equipment, including fuel dispensers, tank monitoring systems and submersible turbine pumps. As part of the deal Gilbarco will supply Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) pumps to Love's sales...

Steven Holland appointed as Brenntag Chief Executive Officer

Christopher Goodfellow - 29 March 2011

Chemical distributor Brenntag's Chief Operating Officer Steven Holland has been appointed to a new role as Chief Executive Officer, to take effect on the 22 June 2011. Brenntag works in partnership with Terra Environmental Technologies to deliver its TerraCair-branded Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF). Steven Holland joined Brenntag in 2006...

VIDEO: Integer's Emissions Control Analyst talks about Chinese DEF market

Christopher Goodfellow - 25 March 2011

Juliane Lang, Emissions Control Analyst at Integer Research, recently gave a presentation at Integer's 4th Diesel Emissions Conference & AdBlue Forum in Beijing, entitled 'Development of the Chinese AdBlue Market: Underlying issues and future scenarios' (AdBlue is the given to Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) in several other...

Cummins confirms SCR/DPF for Tier 4 Final

Christopher Goodfellow - 23 March 2011

Cummins has announced it will use a combination of Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) and a Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) to meet Tier 4 Final off-road emissions standards. Jennifer Rumsey, Executive Director at Cummins Heavy-Duty Engineering, said: "The QSX15 and QSX11.9 not only meet the challenge of near-zero emissions, but they are...

Caterpillar announces SCR-equipped Tier 4 Final equipment

Christopher Goodfellow - 23 March 2011

Caterpillar displayed its first Tier 4 Final compliant vehicles at the CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2011 show in Las Vegas, including the 775G Quarry & Construction Truck and the C1.5 engine. Tana Utley, Caterpillar Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, said: "The Caterpillar approach to Tier 4 product development is to make emissions...

Integer Research opens new office in China

Christopher Goodfellow - 18 March 2011

Emissions analyst Integer Research has opened a new office in Beijing, China, to build its relationships with the country's automotive market and to share developments with the global diesel emissions industry. Monica Zhang, Integer's China Market Manager, who will run the new office, said: "China continues to be an key market for...