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EXCLUSIVE: German network exceeds 1,000 locations with AdBlue pumps at the forecourt

The German AdBlue network reached a landmark figure this month, and the country now has 1,050 sites equipped with AdBlue at the pump. The network increased by 76 locations, or 8%, between August and October 2013.

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Shell announces expansion of AdBlue refilling stations for passenger cars

Shell announced the expansion of its AdBlue test refill sites for passenger cars in Germany at the IAA "AdBlue day" symposium held on 16 September. In addition to the Wolfsburg and Sindelfingen sites, two further filling stations will come online this year.

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Blue Solution opens new subsidiary in Germany

Polish AdBlue distributor, Blue Solution, has announced the opening of a new subsidiary in Germany, expanding its presence in Central Europe. The new subsidiary is located in Passau, south-east Germany, and will establish local operations in the country, where sales were previously managed...

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BASF to double emissions catalyst production in Europe

BASF is more than doubling its emissions catalyst capacity in Europe with a new facility in Poland, the chemical company has announced. Construction will begin before the end of 2012, with production starting in Q1 2014.

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Germany has over 1,000 locations equipped with AdBlue pumps

Germany now has 1,002 locations equipped with AdBlue pumps, over 400 more than France, the country with the second-largest number of pumps, according to the latest edition of Integer's AdBlue & DEF Monitor.

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Pulawy to produce AdBlue

Polish nitrogen fertilizer company Zaklady Azotowe Pulawy S.A. has launched production and sales of AdBlue. The company has identified Germany, the Czech Republic, the Netherlands and Italy as key markets, but because of transportation costs intends to focus initially only on the domestic...

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