RIDGID recently showcased its new tools at a press conference at I’M Hotel, Makati City.
Ridgid tools are targeted at the plumbing, pipe fitting and construction. The brand is best known for its distinctive red pipe wrenches, but the company also manufactures over 300 different types of tools.
Millions of RIDGID tools go to work every day in plants, on construction sites and in countless other harsh environments.
These tools operate in extremes of heat and cold, withstand dirt and mud, and perform reliably day in and day out. RIDGID tools are known the world over as industry-leading products that allow professionals like you to complete jobs more quickly and reliably.
“With the growing demands and varying challenges of consumers, we are proud to share that RIDGID remains a trusted partner among our customers. We see a growing demand in our Underground Technology tools, making it the biggest sales in our portfolio,” said RIDGID’s ASEAN East Area Manager Geno Magno.
Anchored on its vision to develop tools that always provide their customers convenience and ease, the company developed an underground inspection tool that can transmit information to smart phones via the RIDGID app.
This application allows customers to view and inspect pipes and drainage systems through their smart phones, helping customers assess the jobsite situation to accurately come up with necessary plans of action without risk. The gathered information from this app can also be directly stored within the mobile device and instantly shared among the customer’s network. The RIDGID View app functions in iOS and Android devices and is free to download from the App Store and Google Play.
RIDGID also regularly conducts comprehensive product demos in its 21,000-sq. ft., world-class training facility in Manila, where the company’s global sales team work very closely with its consumers to ensure safe, accurate and cost-efficient solutions.
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