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COUNTDOWN TO ARBS 2016

02-03-2016
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The countdown is on with less than 80 days to ARBS 2016 in Melbourne, Australia’s only international air conditioning, refrigeration and building services trade exhibition.

Registration is free and grants entry into the exhibition across all three days.

Registering in advance is the smart way to avoid the queues as the ticket is sent directly to your mobile phone or email.

Interstate and international visitors (who reside outside of Victoria) coming to ARBS 2016 also have the chance to win a night of luxury accommodation in Melbourne by pre-registering before March 31.

ARBS 2016 offers a focus on innovation and emerging trends in the built environment. Visitors can see the latest products and talk to manufacturers and distributors about new innovations.

They can also network with peers at the informative and leading edge seminar program as well as taking part in many of the social activities including the awards presentation dinner.

 For further information, to register and full competition terms and conditions visit: www.arbs.com.au.

 

ABOUT ARBS 2016

 

Where: Melbourne Exhibition and Convention Centre

When: Tuesday, May 17 – Thursday, May 19

Cost: Exhibition – free of charge, trade visitors only

Seminars – costs to be advised with final program

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