The Australian Competition Authority grants an urgent interim authorisation permitting manufacturers of ‘AdBlue’ diesel exhaust fluid to collaborate on the supply of refined urea

Industry allowed to collaborate on AdBlue supply arrangements* The ACCC has granted an urgent interim authorisation permitting manufacturers and other industry stakeholders to collaborate on arrangements for the supply of the diesel exhaust fluid, known as ‘AdBlue’ that is used in most modern diesel vehicles to control noxious emissions. AdBlue manufacturers are seeking to share information and work together to develop solutions to any potential future shortages of refined urea, a key ingredient in AdBlue, as part of a coordinated government and industry response to current global pressures on the supply of urea. “The ACCC’s interim authorisation allows AdBlue manufacturers to cooperate

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Australian Competition Authority, The Australian Competition Authority grants an urgent interim authorisation permitting manufacturers of ‘AdBlue’ diesel exhaust fluid to collaborate on the supply of refined urea, 22 December 2021, e-Competitions December 2021, Art. N° 104785

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