Adventuring Outwards and Pushing Global Boundaries
Schréder revolutionises long-term tightness levels by inventing the SealSafe® system
Ecuador, Bolivia: after establishing itself in Colombia in 1955, Schréder keeps pushing geographic horizons and enters the Ecuadorian and Bolivian markets
Schréder launches the Saturn, heralding future urban lighting ranges by coupling photometry and design
Schréder introduces the Z range, marking the beginning of tightness standards for water and dust across the industry with over 2 million models sold
Schréder founds Minel-Schréder, the first joint venture with a local partner, in Yugoslavia, before expanding to other countries in Eastern Europe.
France: Schréder lights up Paris Orly Airport as the aviation boom takes off, including the main ring and exit roads