New Schrader logo brings TPMS focus to forefront

by | Mar 5, 2019 | 0 comments

Schrader, an aftermarket brand of Sensata Technologies, celebrates its 175th anniversary with a new logo that puts its Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) focus front and centre.

The Schrader brand originally became famous in the early 1900s with the invention of the “Schrader valve,” the same pneumatic tire valve found on most vehicles on the road today. Later,

Schrader, new logo that puts its Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) focus front and centre.

Sensata Technologies, a leader in OE sensor and sensing technologies, acquired Schrader in 2015 and since then is heavily investing in further growth of TPMS technology. Sensata recently sold off Schrader’s valve business to align Schrader with Sensata’s existing vision, focusing on bringing the newest and best technology to the market.

To represent this exciting shift in focus, Schrader announces the launch of a new logo. “It was really important to us, not to go too far from the original logo,” says Jacki Lutz, Head of Global Marketing and Communications of Sensata Technologies’ Aftermarket Business. “The new logo demonstrates the change in focus for the brand without losing its recognizable parts that symbolize so many areas of the business that will remain unchanged, like our commitment to delivering the highest quality products and our devotion to customer service.”

The new logo still makes a statement of innovation with the famous red “road symbol” that has become one of the most recognized elements of the Schrader brand. “It represents ‘the road ahead’.” Continues Lutz, “That is where the brand has always and will always continue to look, not behind or beside us, but what is coming for our customers down the road. The shape of the symbol has been simplified but the vision that it represents will remain one of the main focuses of the brand.”

The sub-line has also been updated to identify the technology that Schrader will continue to specialize in, Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems. “The Schrader brand has led the TPMS market since the technology was first introduced in the 1980s and we felt it was about time the logo represented that.” Says Lutz.

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