Shell Australia has further expanded its AdBlue offering throughout Australia due to the increased number of Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) equipped trucks in transport fleets.
Shell Transport Marketing Manager Gavin Corcoran explains that Shell is focused on bringing relevant solutions to the transport industry to help customers save time and money with products that are trusted to perform.
Conveniently located to support major truck routes, Shell’s network of AdBlue sites also provides quality Shell Diesel and Shell Lubricants at the same location.
Shell has partnered with Cummins to deliver a high quality Verband der Automobil industrie (VDA) certified AdBlue solution that meets ISO-22241 1-3 industry requirements.
Bill Verhagen, Key Account Manager from Cummins said their partnership with Shell allows commercial road transport customers to access high quality AdBlue with ease. Shell’s distribution network helps Cummins meet this growing demand for AdBlue with availability at the pump, in addition to 10-litre packs to top up between stops.
Shell’s AdBlue at the pump network spans 20 sites across Australia including 19 Shell Coles Express sites and one Shell unmanned truckstop. Packaged AdBlue is also available at over 150 Shell Coles Express sites in 10-litre packs.
Learn more about Shell and AdBlue and Shell’s range of transport products including Shell Diesel Extra, Shell Rimula and Shell Card at the International Truck, Trailer and Equipment Show, April 3 – 6, Melbourne Showgrounds.