ARBS Announce New Exhibition Dates

08-09-2021

With consideration to the ongoing implications of COVID-19, and after discussions with the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, ARBS Exhibitions have made the decision to move the event, scheduled for April 2022, to 16-18 August 2022.

ARBS 2022 was originally scheduled for 27-29 April 2022. Exhibition Manager, Sue Falcke said the decision was made to move the event to August to ensure the health and safety of all exhibitors, staff, and attendees.

“Given the current COVID-19 situation in Australia combined with the difficulty in predicting the outlook for early 2022, it was felt a short delay would bring about more certainty allowing ARBS to deliver on its full show format,” said Mrs Falcke.

ARBS is Australia’s largest air conditioning, refrigeration and building services exhibition. The biennial international event hosts over three hundred exhibitors, draws large crowds of over of seven thousand and hosts many social and networking functions including the Industry Awards and Seminar Program. Revised dates for the call for speakers and award nomination entries will be advised in the coming weeks.

“Our ongoing priority has always been to ensure the safety of everyone at the event,” Mrs Falcke continued. “We anticipate by pushing ARBS 2022 back to August, the situation in Australia will be much improved. We look forward August 2022 with increased confidence that ARBS will continue to provide a dynamic and engaging experience for the entire industry.”

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