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  • SCHRADER International GmbH
  • Gadastraße 23A
  • 85232 Bergkirchen,Germany
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  • Mariam Lochoshvili
  • +49 (172) 5411810

Schrader Celebrates 175th Anniversary

Schrader thanks the industry for 175 years and announces their new shift in focus towards a technology-centric business

(PresseBox) (Bergkirchen, Germany, ) Schrader Performance Sensors, an aftermarket brand of Sensata Technologies, is the leading OE manufacturer of tyre pressure monitoring systems (TPMS). This year, Schrader is proud and humbled to be amongst only a few brand names in history to celebrate a Dodransbicentennial, a 175th anniversary.

The Schrader brand dates all the way back to 1844 where August Schrader started a shop that primarily manufactured rubber valves and fittings. Later, Schrader became well-known for the invention of the famous “Schrader valve”, the same pneumatic tyre valve that can be found on most vehicles on the road today. Schrader is also known for developing tyre gauges and valves for diving helmets used by the US Navy during WWll. In 1984, Schrader pioneered some of the first TPMS systems to ever hit the market, giving the Schrader brand the position it has today as the world-leader in OE and aftermarket TPMS.

“It is an honor to celebrate a brand that has been around for as long as Schrader has.” says Kelly Boor, General Manager of Sensata Technologies’ Aftermarket Business. “Remaining relevant through 175 years of change and innovation is incredible. The customer really chooses which brands endure long-term success, so this milestone is really a tribute to our customers who share our passion for selling high-quality products relevant to helping their business thrive.”

Schrader’s 175th anniversary comes just a few months after the sale of the hard parts valve business that is responsible for bringing the Schrader brand front and center in the automotive world back in the early 1900s. With the sale, Schrader plans to put 100% focus on new and upcoming technology while still providing their customers with the same level of quality they have come to know and trust from Schrader.

“With so much advancement on the horizon of the transportation industry, this shift in focus aligns Schrader with the goals of Sensata and sets up the brand for a very bright future.” Continues Boor. “We are so proud of where we came from and we are excited to advance the technological developments that will keep this industry moving forward.”

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About Schrader
Schrader, a brand of Sensata Technologies, is the leading global manufacturer of tyre pressure monitoring systems (TPMS) for automotive, heavy vehicles and off-road leaders, delivering solutions that protect and perform. Schrader is a pioneer in TPMS, a vehicle safety feature that is now standard on all cars and light trucks sold in the U.S. Schrader’s direct TPMS technology can be found in over 54 percent of global OEM vehicle platforms.

About Sensata Technologies
Sensata Technologies is one of the world's leading suppliers of sensing, electrical protection, control and power management solutions with operations and business centers in 16 countries. Sensata's products improve safety, efficiency and comfort for millions of people every day in automotive, appliance, aircraft, industrial, military, heavy vehicle, heating, air-conditioning, data, telecommunications, recreational vehicle and marine applications. For more information, please visit Sensata's website at

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