Heavy Duty Trucking

JUL 2014

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Trucking's Most Respected Business Report 20 HDT • JULY 2014 www.truckinginfo.com hotline Integer Research, which has been following the North American diesel exhaust fluid market since its early stages, reports that since January 2012, the North American DEF pump network has expanded by around 353%, with 1,293 pump additions between then and May 2014. That's an average growth rate of 6% month-over-month. The U.S. has by far the greater network, which in May consisted of 1,599 pump locations offering DEF at the fuel island, compared to 60 in Canada. As part of its monthly DEF Tracker publication, Integer reports not only on the pump infrastructure growth, but also tracks monthly prices for a number of DEF supply formats, including bulk deliveries, tote refills, 2.5-gallon jugs, and pumps. The highest truckstop prices usually are in the Northeast and the U.S. West Coast, while prices are typically lower in the Central and Southern region. The national average DEF truckstop price in the U.S. in May was $2.79 a gallon. Historically pump stop prices have been higher in Canada, however, the last two issues of the DEF Tracker reported a price rise of CA$0.01/liter to bring the national average to CA$0.81/ liter for the first time since the DEF Tracker's running. Integer is offering HDT Hotline readers a 10% discount on a year's subscription to DEF Tracker; email publica- tions@integer-research.com and quote DT14-TI. A look at the North American DEF network MAY 2014 CLASS 8 33,001 LBS. & OVER MAY YTD YTD SALES SALES SHARE CLASS 7 26,001-33,000 LBS. MAY YTD YTD SALES SALES SHARE CLASS 6 19,501-26,000 LBS. MAY YTD YTD SALES SALES SHARE CLASS 3, 4 & 5 10,001-19,500 LBS. MAY YTD YTD SALES SALES SHARE MANUFACTURER U.S. Retail Truck Sales Report Complied by Heavy Duty Trucking magazine. Source: Ward's Communications Chevrolet 0.00% 0.00% 3,085 11,852 9.16% Dodge/Ram 12,180 57,459 44.39% Ford 304 1,594 8.21% 1,542 7,643 32.35% 10,618 45,398 35.07% Freightliner 6,301 28,536 35.53% 2,064 9,902 51.00% 1,532 8,461 35.81% 441 1,215 0.94% GMC 0.00% 0.00% 1,046 4,087 3.16% HINO 122 600 3.09% 372 2,036 8.62% 86 337 0.26% International 2,335 12,297 15.31% 792 3,887 20.02% 858 4,869 20.61% 105 904 0.70% Isuzu 0.00% 0.00% 1,777 7,492 5.79% Kenworth 2,528 10,893 13.56% 385 1,479 7.62% 124 549 2.32% 9 13 0.01% Mack 1,673 6,490 8.08% Mitsubishi Fuso 0.00% 0.00% 149 678 0.52% Nissan UD 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% Peterbilt 2,368 10,614 13.22% 451 1,954 10.06% 13 68 0.29% 5 0.00% Volvo 2,464 10,233 12.74% Western Star 316 1,234 1.54% Other 5 6 0.02% Totals 17,990 80,313 100% 4,118 19,416 100% 4,441 23,626 100% 29,496 129,440 100% 2.91 to 2.95 2.86 to 2.90 2.81 to 2.85 2.76 to 2.80 2.71 to 2.75 2.66 to 2.70 2.61 to 2.65

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