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DEF prices remain flat through February

TORONTO, Ont. -- Diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) pricing remained unchanged in Feburary, and for the fourth straight month retailed for 80 cents per litre at the pump in Canada, according to the latest DEF Tracker report.


TORONTO, Ont. — Diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) pricing remained unchanged in Feburary, and for the fourth straight month retailed for 80 cents per litre at the pump in Canada, according to the latest DEF Tracker report.

The cost at the pump in the US was flat at US$2.79/gallon.

Fewer locations added DEF at the pump in February, with just 16 new locations adding DEF over the month of February. Bulk DEF prices, including full truckload and tote refill deliveries, also remained flat in February, DEF Tracker reported.

“Agricultural use of urea has been lower than expected in March and this has led to lower than expected pricing,” noted Chris Goodfellow, North America emissions analyst with Integer Research, publisher of DEF Tracker. “Urea is the key component in the manufacture of DEF and stability in raw material costs has had a direct impact on end-user pricing.”

For more on DEF Tracker, click here.


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