Archive news for October 2011

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Yara opens Mississippi River terminal

Christopher Goodfellow - 4 October 2011

Air1 Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) manufacturer Yara has opened a terminal in Convent, Louisiana, which will help support its DEF network. The terminal, which will primarily service Yara's fertilizer business, is based 60 miles up the Mississippi River from New Orleans. Bartolomeo Pescio, President of Yara North America, said:...

Wakefield opens solutionizing facility in Canada

Christopher Goodfellow - 4 October 2011

Wakefield Canada has opened its first DEF solutionizing facility to manufacture the company's H2Blu-branded Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF). The facility was opened on September 30 2011 in Toronto, Ontario. The facility was completed well ahead of its original timetable, in response to strong sales of DEF in the first six months...

Ohio Co-operative launches Marion County’s first DEF Pump

Christopher Goodfellow - 4 October 2011

Customers looking for Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) in Marion County, OH, can now purchase product at the Central Ohio Farmers Co-op Pacific Pride fuel station for the first time. The co-op decided to add DEF to its fuel station portfolio and will be selling at a price of $2.60 per gallon. The station is located on Ohio 309 East. Jim...

EXCLUSIVE: Pilot Flying J opens first Canadian DEF pump

Christopher Goodfellow - 4 October 2011

Pilot Flying J has opened a Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) pump location in London, Ontario, the first of its kind in Canada. The pump price for the location is CAD$0.799 per liter ($3.07/G) and the site has bulk DEF pumps at six of its filling lanes. Pilot said it hopes to bring two more locations in Tilbury and Napanee, Ontario,...

Blue1USA receives electrical standards certification

Lucy Terry - 27 October 2011

DEF equipment manufacturer Blue1USA recently received formal UL and CSA certification for both its DEF mini-bulk systems and tote cabinets.  Every unit will now be affixed with permanent identifying numbers, UL-508A and CSA C22.2 No. 14-10, the electrical standards for Industrial Control Equipment in the United States and...

Recochem launches 27,000-litre DEF tanker truck

Lucy Terry - 27 October 2011

Recochem has launched a 27,000 litre-DEF tanker truck for transportation of bulk DEF (equivalent to over 7,100 US gallons). It is Canada's first DEF delivery tanker truck of its kind, and has already hit the roads. Recochem says the tanker truck will ensure secure and fast service to customers. It will provide customers with a service...