Automotive Grade Urea used to manufacture AdBlue is produced from natural gas. The current conflict with Ukraine/Russia and subsequent sanctions imposed, have caused the price of natural gas to soar and has again reached a record high.European Urea manufacturers have already started to take the decision to implement either plant shutdowns or reduce production because the cost of production is too high. This in turn has led to the cost of urea and therefore AdBlue once again rising in price.

1.5 litre AdBlue® Bottles – Save Money til 1st August.

Despite being a major distributor of bulk quantities of AdBlue®, sometimes it can sometimes be easy for us to overlook some of the other products in our range.For instance these 1.5 Litre AdBlue® bottles are just the thing to keep in the back of your cab or boot in case of an AdBlue® emergency and buy buying them in bilk for your garage or for your fleet you can save a fortune compared with the price of buying these bottles at your local garage.

For the rest of July we’re going to knock over £30 off the regular price and sell them for just £1200 inc VAT. That works out at approx £4.54 per bottle inc VAT. Most garages are selling the same 1.5 litre bottle for around £10.

Product Information

AdBlue® 264 X 1.5 Litre bottles with special Universal fitting AdBlue® nozzle.

Delivered on a pallet, this pack contains 264 bottles of AdBlue® liquid. Each bottle contains 1.5 Litres of AdBlue® (396 litres total).

• Developed to meet the requirements of the ISO/CD22241-5

• Prevents any spill or misapplication

• 6 x 1.5 Litre pack to a box

• 44 boxes to a pallet (264 packs)

• Part Number 4303CAR15

AdBlue® 1.5 Litre (264 bottles)

SKU: ADB15X264

Normal Price £1,236.96. Sale Price £1,200

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This is a strictly limited offer and will expire on the 1st August 2019. For more info call us on 01508 493 647 or email

At the moment we also have a special £10 discount code available on all our 1000Litre IBC and Starter Kit items. For more info on this visit our blog page here >