International Door Association Exposition - IDA Expo 2017

2017-04-19 - 2017-04-22
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The IDA Expo is the annual industry education and product showcase, featuring the latest products, technology and information, while affording attendees networking opportunities unavailable anywhere else. Produced by the International Door Association, the 4-day event draws thousands of manufacturer, supplier and dealer attendees from all over the world. Now in its third decade, the event includes two days of educational seminars on timely subject matters, and an additional two days of exhibits. It is the only event held in the U.S. where attendees can learn how to maximize their opportunities, overcome challenges and find new products and suppliers, all in one place. All of this, plus social activities and entertainment, make the IDAExpo an educational and enjoyable setting. The IDAExpo is a can’t miss event!

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The “garage door” industry is composed of manufacturers and intermediaries that make, distribute, install and service products designed to enclose and operate vehicle access to building spaces. Products are applicable to residential, commercial, institutional and industrial buildings. However, not all products made and installed are vehicle related as some are for building interiors for fire and smoke confinement or grilles for storefront closures. Products include sectional, rolling curtain, high speed and other door designs; some with decorative facades to enhance building appearance. Door operators (openers) are also part of industry output. The majority of such operators control opening, closing and securing vehicle spaces.
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Exhibitors include manufacturers of garage doors, openers, safety products for garage doors, hardware, specialty doors, and many other products and services directed to garage door dealers.

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