TORONTO, Ont. — Four more Canadian truck stops began offering diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) at the pump in November, according to DEF Tracker.
The index also shows a downward trend on raw material costs has fed through to DEF end-users. In the US, the national DEF pump price fell one cent to US$2.79 per gallon from October to November, after rising four cents from September to October.
“The development of the Canadian on-highway DEF supply network has picked up pace during the final quarter of 2012, with several new truck stop brands adding bulk facilities,” said Christopher Goodfellow, North American emissions analyst with Integer Research, publisher of DEF Tracker. “In total, 798 truck stops offer DEF at the pump across North American, demonstrating a phenomenal level of support for the product.”
DEF Tracker publishes monthly market pricing for full truckloads and LTL bulk deliveries, tote refills and 2.5G jugs for a wide range of pricing hubs, as well as pump prices in every US state and Canadian province offering the product.
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