Bookings open for ARBS 2012


Exhibitor bookings are now open for the 2012 Air Conditioning, Refrigeration and Building Services (ARBS 2012) exhibition to be held at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre from May 7-9 next year.

ARBS is the largest trade show for the Australian HVAC and building services industries.

Exhibitors will have the opportunity to display their products and services to more than 7000 visitors across the three day event.

A range of spaces and stand types are available, facilitating all types of displays from posters to large custom stands.

A floor plan is available at where exhibitors can also register online.  Potential exhibitors are advised to book early to secure space.

A seminar program held in conjunction with the Exhibition provides leading-edge education and networking for HVAC&R and building services professionals.

Industry professionals interested in offering seminars, panel discussions or workshops are invited to submit abstracts by October 31.

A speaker submission form is available at

The exhibition is free of charge for trade visitors. Seminar costs will be advised with the final program.

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