Caltex said its increased availability of AdBlue – a product specifically designed to meet the stringent manufacturer requirements for operating newer European and North American vehicles – offered a convenient option for the transport industry as it looked to reduce its exhaust emissions.
There are currently 32 Caltex sites equipped with dedicated AdBlue dispensers and Caltex General Manager Marketing Leo Pucar said the network would be expanded to more than 40 locations by the end of 2013.
“With Australia’s vehicle emissions standards continuing to be brought in line with Europe and North America, the transport industry’s demand for products such as AdBlue is quickly growing,” Mr Pucar said.
“Caltex AdBlue is specifically designed for use with the selective catalytic reduction (SCR) systems, which are now an important part of modern diesel vehicles, and can be confidently used by transport operators to help reduce emissions from their vehicles using this technology.
“While most fuel retailers offer AdBlue packs in store, Caltex is leading the fuel industry in increasingly providing this specialty product at the bowser.
“Caltex’s multi-million dollar investment program has targeted sites located along major transport routes and in close proximity to major industrial parks and business hubs.”
“The product is also widely available in package form at Caltex transport refuelling sites and we can also arrange bulk or packaged delivery to customer facilities nationwide.”
More information about Caltex AdBlue, including site locations, can be found by visiting the Caltex AdBlue website at www.caltex.com.au/adblue.