We have just published issue 9 of DEF Tracker, the only monthly price reference service for the North American market.
News from the latest issue:
June urea slump prompts sharp bulk DEF end-user price fall in July
- The average U.S. DEF pump price dropped dramatically between June and July 2012. The fall comes after four straight months of rising prices and this is the lowest average price recorded since DEF Tracker was launched in October 2011.
- Love’s Travel Stops, which offers bulk DEF pumps at 150 of its locations, introduced a lower national pump price during July.
- The average price of bulk DEF delivered to fleets by tote or to permanent storage installations fell in each of the six U.S. cities monitored by DEF Tracker, with the exception of Tampa, FL, which recorded a one cent increase in its average tote price
- The decrease in DEF pricing is a reflection of falling raw material costs as the urea price softened in June
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The Service was launched in October 2011, to help fleets and DEF distributors track and better plan for DEF purchasing costs and is an essential tool for any player in the DEF market.
It includes 64 price references for bulk and packaged DEF across eight North American cities, and the average and low pump price in every state and province offering the facility in North America.
DEF Tracker can help you:
- Understand the range of prices in the market.
- Stay on top of trends as the market evolves.
- Be confident in negotiations referencing our figures.
- Pinpoint rapidly developing price hubs.
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