Terra, Brenntag team to supply diesel exhaust fluid

  • 10-Jan-2009 06:08 EST

Terra Environmental Technologies Inc. and Brenntag North America have formed a mutually exclusive, multiyear strategic alliance designed to supply the U.S. and Canada with TerraCair ultrapure diesel exhaust fluid (DEF). The agreement provides for the supply of nitrogen products and technical services to customers. To serve the market for SCR (selective catalytic reduction) aftertreatment technology, an expansive and efficient DEF distribution infrastructure will be required. “The alliance addresses the two primary concerns that customers have been communicating to us as 2010 rapidly approaches, namely, will we be able to obtain product efficiently and will it meet stringent quality requirements?” said Brenntag North America President and CEO Bill Fidler. Customers will be able to source TerraCair from local Brenntag distribution points in small packages, 55-gal drums, 275-gal IBCs, and in bulk quantities.

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