Myers Tire Supply And JohnDow Industries Form TPMS Distribution Partnership

Myers Tire Supply And JohnDow Industries Form TPMS Distribution Partnership

Through Myers, JohnDow will offer its recently introduced Dynamic TPMS product line featuring the multi-application DVT (Dual Valve Technology) sensors.

 

BARBERTON, Ohio – Myers Tire Supply and JohnDow Industries recently announced a distribution partnership with JDI Dynamic becoming a featured supplier of pre-programmed TPMS (Tire Pressure Monitoring System) sensors, service kits and tools to be offered through Myers’ nationwide distribution network of more than 160 sales professionals.

Todd Smith, Myers Tire Supply vice president and general manager, Distribution Group, commented, “JohnDow has been a valuable supplier to Myers in numerous areas of auto service equipment for many years. We have had a long and productive history with them and are very pleased to add their multi-application TPMS products to this relationship.”

Through Myers, JohnDow will offer its recently introduced Dynamic TPMS product line featuring the multi-application DVT (Dual Valve Technology) sensors. According to JohnDow, DVT-pre-programmed sensors give the installer the flexibility to interchange a rubber snap-in valve or a metal clamp-in valve on the same sensor body depending on the application. Multi-application sensors have the ability to work on more than one vehicle application and provide wider vehicle coverage. The six Dynamic-DVT-pre-programmed sensors provide 85 percent brand-to-brand coverage for domestic and Asian vehicles. In addition to the DVT-sensors, TPMS service kits and tools also are part of the Dynamic product line offering.

Joe Dease, president of JohnDow, stated, “Obviously we have enjoyed our past relationship with Myers Tire in every way. We are very excited to be able to offer our TPMS product line to their nationwide distribution network. Their involvement helps establish Dynamic’s TPMS service kits and DVT-sensors as a preferred industry choice.”

JDI is a manufacturer of automotive shop equipment and supplies. Brands include Fuel Chief, Crew Chief, JohnDow, EuroVent and Dynamic.

For more information, visit www.dynamicTPMS.com and www.johndow.com.

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