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DEF blending plant in operation

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Stateside Urea Funding LLC and FRM Mission Solutions LLC together hosted an open house event to celebrate the grand opening of their plant stand-up construction. The plant is producing high quality diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) to ISO 22241 standards under the blueJay DEF brand in Charleston, South Carolina.

The facility is capable of blending upwards of 10 million gal./y of DEF for retail and wholesale consumption (tankers, totes, jugs, direct pump), delivering bulk urea throughout the region, as well as providing lab quality deionised water for sale. blueJay DEF will be available for sale to large volume customers both onsite and off premises.

The plant will provide customers in the region with increased access to blueJay DEF, a brand of diesel exhaust fluid consumed by diesel vehicles equipped with emissions control technology.

"We are excited about finishing the plant construction and getting the plant opened as we believe there is a need for our products in this part of the country. Additionally, we are pleased to be able to launch a new business in the Charleston area as a means of fostering growth in our community," said Kevin Ferraro, FRM Managing Partner. "We are looking forward to getting this business up and running and then evaluating additional opportunities for expansion across the region."

Adapted from press release by Francesca Brindle

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