Yara opens DEF terminal

Nov. 11, 2011
Yara North America has opened a new diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) storage terminal in Houston, TX.

Yara North America has opened a new diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) storage terminal in Houston, TX.

The facility will serve fleets and retail outlets in Texas and bordering states with Air1 DEF. The terminal will hold one million gallons of DEF.

“The Houston terminal opening is an important milestone as we continue to expand our global supply chain capabilities domestically to meet the growing demand for DEF in North America,” said Chad Dombroski, director of Air1 for Yara. “Our ability to accommodate the rapid growth of the U.S. DEF market is unmatched and the terminal opening is not only a testament of our ability to grow with market demand, but also reflects our ongoing commitment to ensuring that Air1 DEF is available where and when our customers need it.”

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