We have just published issue 18 of the AdBlue & DEF Monitor – our quarterly publication which presents market data from key parts of the AdBlue/DEF supply chain.
Key findings this quarter include:
- In North America, Navistar International announced it would be using SCR technology as early as 2013, a significant boon for the DEF industry (full assessment and technical details).
- Total annual AdBlue production capacity of integrated plants in Poland and the Baltics is set to increase by 50% over the next 12 months (the AdBlue & DEF Monitor includes a full breakdown of plant expansions and summer shutdowns of European suppliers).
- The average European IBC price remained at €0.31/L between April and July 2012, however, regional variations played out across the continent (includes a full region-by-region breakdown of AdBlue pricing in a variety of sales formats).
- The US DEF pump price fell to the lowest level on record, $2.70 per gallon (includes regional price breakdown for various supply formats in the North American market).
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Published every quarter, the Monitor presents market data from key parts of the global AdBlue/DEF supply chain: pump and home-base AdBlue/DEF prices, network development, input costs, SCR vehicle parc and consumption.
The Monitor can help you:
- Track growing consumption – including worldwide SCR vehicle sales, and growth in the global retail pump network and home-base supply.
- Get a global overview – gain insight into growth strategies of major players, by region and country.
- Understand underlying prices – from production to consumption, understand the trends and how these impact the market.
Questions? Call Moz Siddiqui on +1 718 705 4735 or email Moz here.
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