Reading, PA (PRWEB) December 19, 2012
Brenntag, the world's largest distributor of Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF), recently honored KleerBlue as “DEF Equipment Supplier of the Year” during the Brenntag DEF national sales meeting at the Gaylord Opryland Hotel in Nashville, TN.
“Brenntag relies heavily on our preferred equipment suppliers to help customers implement DEF,” commented Bret Happel, DEF Business Director. Happel went on to say: “We appreciate the relationship with KleerBlue. Customers find that equipment can be the most difficult challenge when purchasing new SCR trucks. Identifying the correct equipment to meet their needs at a competitive price and receiving a fast response to customer service inquiries are key for our customers and KleerBlue does this very well.”
KleerBlue was formed in 2009 through a joint venture between Separation By Design & Murray Equipment, Inc. to provide DEF storage and dispensing equipment solutions that include: Drum & Tote Dispensing Systems, Mini-Bulk & Bulk Storage Systems, Inside & Warm Climate Solutions, Delivery Skid Systems and even custom designs.
This is the first ever Supplier of the Year award given by Brenntag’s DEF division. Over the past years Brenntag developed a group of preferred equipment suppliers, continually challenging them to exceed customer expectations.
Brenntag is the global market leader in full-line chemical distribution. Linking chemical manufacturers and chemical users, Brenntag provides business-to-business distribution solutions for industrial and specialty chemicals globally. With over 10,000 products and a world-class supplier base, Brenntag offers one-stop-shop solutions to about 160,000 customers. The value-added services include just-in-time delivery, product mixing, formulation, repackaging, inventory management, drum return handling as well as extensive technical support. Headquartered in Mülheim an der Ruhr, Germany, the company operates a global network with more than 400 locations in 70 countries. In 2011 the company realized global sales of EUR 8.7 billion (USD 12.1 billion) with more than 13,000 employees.