AdBlue price increase announced Monday 12 September 2011 PDF Print Following sustained pressure on raw material costs, the UKs leading independent AdBlue producer Tennants have announced an increase of 3 pence/litre on their Greenox AdBlue product, effective immediately or as contracts allow. Six months of steadily increasing costs in the main raw material, Urea, have been either absorbed or minimised by manufacturing and logistics investments but as the Urea market enters the traditionally highly priced Winter and Spring period in combination with Worldwide shortage against forecast demand, these costs must now be recovered by seeking a price increase. AdBlue is used in the majority of modern commercial vehicle exhaust systems to reduce harmful Nitrous Oxide (NOx) gas by catalytically reducing the emissions to Nitrogen and Water. The Tennants Group is a leading UK independent chemical manufacturer and distributor, established by Charles Tennant in Glasgow in 1797 and with a turnover in excess of £400m. Contact: Tim Griffiths, 0161 205 4454, email@example.com, www.tennantsdistribution.com This press release was distributed by ResponseSource Press Release Wire on behalf of Tennants Distribution in the following categories: Environment & Nature, Motoring, Business & Finance, Manufacturing, Engineering & Energy, Transport & Logistics, for more information visit https://pressreleasewire.responsesource.com/about.