RIDGID® and Greenlee® to Exhibit at the MEET Show, May 4-5 in Canada

DCS RIGID and Greenlee to Exhibit at MEET Show May4 5 1 400

May 2, 2022

 

RIDGID® and Greenlee®, each a part of Emerson’s professional tools portfolio, have announced their participation in the Mechanical Electrical Electronic Technology (MEET) Show May 4-5 in New Brunswick, Canada. The brands invite attendees to stop by their booth to experience first-hand the latest tools designed to help mechanical and electrical trade professionals increase productivity and reduce risks on the jobsite.

“The MEET Show is a great opportunity for pros to get their hands on these products and see what they can do,” said Greg Yellowlees, Canadian professional tools regional manager for Emerson. “It’s also an important event for us. We get to catch up with professionals, hear their feedback and find out what they’ve been up to. Events like MEET inspire our teams to look for new ways to enhance our products and help tradespeople maximize their efficiency on every job.”

Hands-on demos in booth 716 of Greenlee’s G6 Turbo™ 6,000 lb Cable Puller, Shear 30T Shearing Station, 854DX Electric Conduit Bender, G1 Versi-Tugger™ Handheld 1,000 lb Puller and the EK628 6 Ton Crimper will be available, along with their next generation knockouts and power tool accessories. RIDGID will offer demos in booth 392 of their RP 350 Press Tool, PTC-400 Power Tubing Cutter, SeekTech® ST-305 Line Transmitter, PCS-500 Pipe Saw and select pipe fabrication tools, drain cleaning machines and locators.

RIDGID and Greenlee also will take their social followers virtually to MEET. Follow along here: RIDGID – @ridgidtools on Instagram, @RIDGIDTools on Facebook, @RIDGIDToday on Twitter and Greenlee – @greenleetools on Instagram, @GreenleeTools on Facebook, @GreenleeTools on Twitter.

DCS RIGID and Greenlee to Exhibit at MEET Show May4 5 2 400

 

To learn more about RIDGID and Greenlee purpose-built tools, stop by their booth during MEET, contact your local distributor or visit RIDGID.com or Greenlee.com.

Emerson’s professional tools business, which includes RIDGID and Greenlee as well as the Klauke® brand, provides one of the industry’s broadest portfolio of advanced, reliable tools and technologies for the mechanical, electrical and plumbing trades globally.

 

 

Visit emerson.com/professionaltools for more information. RIDGID®, Greenlee®, and Klauke® are trademarks of Emerson or its subsidiaries. All other trademarks belong to their respective holders.

 

 

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