Stemco reaches licensing agreement with Goodyear

Stemco reaches licensing agreement with Goodyear

Stemco, manufacturers of heavy-duty components and solutions, have officially reached a trademark license agreement with the Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co. The new agreement follows Stemco’s recent acquisition of the manufacturer of Goodyear Air Springs. It gives Stemco, as the licensee, the authority to continue using the Goodyear trademarks and brand names when marketing and selling the air springs product line.

“Goodyear Air Springs are regarded as the highest quality, most respected air springs in the commercial trucking industry,” said Todd Anderson, president of Stemco. “Continuing to use the brand name lets us maintain consistency and familiarity in the air springs market as the new supplier of these trusted products. We’re glad they are now part of the Stemco family.”

Stemco acquired the manufacturer of Goodyear Air Springs, as well as Super Cushion and Spring Ride brands, from ContiTech in July 2015.

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