ARBS 2012 exhibition dates

22-03-2011

This year’s Air Conditioning, Refrigeration and Building Services (ARBS 2012) exhibition and seminar program will be held at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre from May 7-9.

ARBS 2012 is aimed at professionals and trade visitors involved in the design and construction of sustainable, energy efficient commercial, residential and multi-purpose buildings and the design, manufacture, installation and maintenance of heating, ventilation, air conditioning (HVAC) and refrigeration products and services worldwide.

The theme for the 2012 event is “connecting people, technology and innovation”, a focus that encapsulates the benefits of the event for attendees.

“As usual, we’re assembling a strong seminar program that lets professionals hear about the latest technologies and trends from national and international experts,” says ARBS 2012 exhibition manager Sue Falcke.

“Visitors also have the opportunity to view the latest products on the exhibition floor, talk to manufacturers and distributors about new innovations, and network with peers at a variety of social functions including the awards presentation dinner.”

The awards programme, running for the second time in conjunction with the exhibition, showcases industry achievements across a variety of disciplines.

Nominations open soon, and further details of categories and criteria for entry are available on the ARBS 2012 website: www.arbs.com.au.

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