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Canadian DEF prices rising slightly

TORONTO, Ont. -- Diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) prices in Canada rose slightly in April, according to the latest data from DEF Tracker.



TORONTO, Ont. — Diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) prices in Canada rose slightly in April, according to the latest data from DEF Tracker.

Canadian truck stop pricing increased for the first time in two years, up one cent to 81 cents per litre.

Bulk DEF prices climbed for the fifth consecutive month, with an average price in April of 50 cents per litre for truckload deliveries and 59 cents per litre for LTL deliveries.

In the US, truck stop pricing declined by one cent to US$2.79 per gallon.

More info is available from DEF Tracker.


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