This year we are focusing our new XR Rail Family, which was first introduced in mid-July. It's a significant improvement to our Roof Mount product line, both in terms of cost and installation efficiency.

SPI 2014 - Interview with David Briggs of IronRidge

David Briggs | IronRidge

What are the primary features of SPI that you focus on (i.e. Show floor, training, seminars etc.)?

Show floor

What makes SPI an important show for your company?

SPI is a convenient place to meet with customers and partners.

What is the main goal of your SPI booth and presence at the show?
Our booth is a place where customers can get answers. We always have people from Sales and from Engineering on-hand for customers.

Who are you trying to attract at SPI and how do you go about it?
We are focused on supporting solar installers and integrators, and we do that with quality products and people, both ready to support them in the field. 

Do you attend other tradeshows and if so where does SPI rank in order of importance for you?

We attend some smaller and larger trade shows. SPI is the largest in the country.

What will you be introducing at SPI this year? 

This year we are focusing our new XR Rail Family, which was first introduced in mid-July. It's a significant improvement to our Roof Mount product line, both in terms of cost and installation efficiency.

 

David Briggs, Director of Marketing, IronRidge

IronRidge designs and manufactures mounting hardware for residential and commercial solar systems. For more than 15 years, IronRidge has worked closely with installers and integrators to build products that are strong, simple and cost-effective. For more information, visit ironridge.com


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