Brenntag awards KleerBlue “DEF Equipment Supplier of the Year”

Niels Tholen - 20 December 2012

Brenntag North America has selected KleerBlue to receive the first Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) "Supplier of the Year" award, during its DEF national sales meeting in Nashville, TN.

Bret Happel, Brenntag DEF Business Director commented: "Customers find that equipment can be the most difficult challenge when purchasing new Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) trucks. Identifying the correct equipment to meet their needs at a competitive price and receiving a fast response to customer services inquiries are key for our customers and KleerBlue does this very well."

KleerBlue was formed in 2009 through a joint venture between Separation by Design and Murray Equipment Inc. to provide DEF storage and dispensing equipment solutions.

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