The November issue of DEF Tracker was recently published.
DEF Tracker contains the latest DEF pricing updates from emissions control industry experts. News from the latest issue includes:
- The national average for tote refill prices increased by one cent in the U.S. to $1.88/G and decreased by one cent in Canada to CA$0.54/L.
- Multi-drop (LTL) average prices have remained stable in both the United States and Canada at $1.80/G and CA$ 0.52/L respectively in November 2013 compared with the previous month.
- The national average price of DEF truck stops remained stable at $2.79/G in the U.S., which has been the average price since November 2012. In Canada, the price has also remained unchanged at CAD$ 0.80/L since October 2011.
- MSAs located in the West Coast and Central & Southern regions posted the highest average prices for tote refills and multi-drop deliveries, while the lowest average prices for these modes were found in Atlanta, GA, Detroit, MI, Memphis, TN and Nashville, TN.
- DEF Tracker added price references for San Francisco, CA to this issue. The publication now covers 20 regional hubs in the United States (Atlanta, GA; Baltimore, MD; Charlotte, NC; Chicago, IL; Cincinnati, OH; Dallas, TX; Detroit, MI; Houston, TX; Los Angeles, CA; Memphis, TN; Nashville, TN; New York, NY; Oklahoma City, OK; Phoenix, AZ; Portland, OR; Salt Lake City, UT; San Francisco, CA; Seattle, WA; St. Louis, MO and Tampa, FL) and three hubs in Canada (Calgary, AB; Montreal, QC; and Toronto, ON).
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