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REGISTER ONLINE FOR ARBS 2020

05-02-2020
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Returning to Melbourne in May is Australia’s only international air conditioning, refrigeration and building services trade exhibition, ARBS 2020. The event is set to dominate the HVAC&R and building services landscape as it hosts more than 300 exhibitors, a renowned industry awards programme and a comprehensive seminar presentation series.

ARBS 2020 is recognised as the must attend event for the entire industry. The vibrant show floor will offer visitors numerous immersive experiences as well as unparalleled access to the latest new technologies, products and services from around the globe.

The ARBS Industry Awards offers an inclusive and social forum to recognise and celebrate the multitude of talented individuals and organisations that continue to strengthen the industry.

Running in conjunction with the exhibition is the ARBS Speaker Series where industry thought leaders will present information on current topics, updates and trending issues. Each session will provide visitors with invaluable learning opportunities and the opportunity to accrue continuing professional development (CPD) points.

The complete ARBS 2020 programme will be launched shortly and will offer much more for manufacturers, particularly those wanting to explore the latest advances in smart buildings.

ARBS is Australia's premiere event for HVAC&R and building services professionals, and since 1998 has provided a unique B2B forum for the entire industry to connect.

ARBS 2020 will be held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre from Tuesday 19th May to Thursday 21st May 2020. Registration is open now at www.arbs.com.au.

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