Published 24-06-2021
| Article appears in August 2021 Issue

Bookings open for ARBS 2022 in Melbourne

24-06-2021
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New products and innovations from around the world will be showcased at next year’s ARBS 2022, Australia's leading event for air conditioning, refrigeration and building services professionals.

Running from 27 to 29 April at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, it has been providing a unique B2B forum for the entire industry to connect since 1998.

The exhibition, for which bookings are now open, will continue its focus on emerging trends and technologies, including smart IoT solutions, automation and control, refrigerants, energy efficiency, sustainability and much more.

Once again, the industry will be offered unrivalled access to the very latest in HVAC&R and building services in the southern hemisphere. Over three days, ARBS 2022 will connect organisations and thought leaders with contractors, consultants, engineers, designers and technicians. Attendees can meet with manufacturers and distributors to see the latest products and applications while exploring leading design and the most recent developments, issues and opportunities concerning the industry.

An informative seminar program will be held alongside the exhibition and visitors can also choose to attend the ARBS Industry Awards presentation dinner and many other social and networking events during ARBS 2022.

For more information, visit www.arbs.com.au.

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