Yep, you read that right, No ‘AdBlue’ no Food supply, no Clothes, no nothing as Transport is banned on Australian roads by a decision by you guessed it…Communist China and the ‘sky is falling’ climate alarmist policy in Australia. This should fuel the fire of the EV revolutionaries in Oz as well namely our illustrious Prime Minister Scott (Liar from the Shire) Morrison…ugh! – Mick Raven
Australian chemical manufacturers scramble, as AdBlue diesel shortage threatens national economy
Australian chemical manufacturers capable of producing AdBlue – a urea-based additive used in diesel vehicles to reduce the expulsion of dangerous emissions – are scrambling to boost production, as an international shortage threatens to slam the brakes on local trucking and logistical industries.
Until last month China exported approximately 80 per cent the world’s refined urea, however recent market conditions have prompted the nation to redirect supply towards domestic agriculture (the chemical is widely used in synthetic fertilisers).
Brisbane-based company Incitec Pivot currently operates the sole local plant manufacturing AdBlue from raw materials, and this facility currently accounts for approximately 10 per cent of Australian AdBlue demand.
Thousands of Australian food and commodity-transporting trucks could be forced into storage within months, if local manufacturers fail to meet increased demand for AdBlue.
Start stocking up NOW (not Toilet paper ppl) – Mick Raven