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Schrader receives TPMS leadership award

Posted on April 18, 2012

Schrader International Inc. has been awarded Frost & Sullivan’s 2012 North American Product Leadership Award in the Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems (TPMS) Aftermarket.

The 2012 Frost & Sullivan award recognizes Schrader’s patented EZ-sensor technology, specifically its wide vehicle coverage, technical sophistication, functionality and ease of use. Schrader touted the merits of the EZ-sensor at the recent SEMA Show.

“Frost & Sullivan’s Product Leadership Award is a valuable recognition of Schrader’s accomplishments related to developing and distributing a truly differentiated replacement sensor technology, as well as raising awareness about lifesaving TPMS technology,” said Hugh Charvat, president of Schrader International.

“Demand for replacement sensors will only continue to grow due to the sheer growth in number of vehicles on the road and the U.S. legislation that ensures 100% of vehicles built after 2007 are fitted with TPMS.”

For more information on Schrader, please visit www.SchraderInternational.com.

Related Topics: EZ-Sensor, Hugh Charvat, Schrader International, tire service, TPMS

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