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Registration now open for ARBS exhibition

02-02-2010
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Registration is now available online for the Air Conditioning, Refrigeration and Building Services exhibition to be held at the Sydney Exhibition and Convention Centre, Darling Harbour from April 12-14.

The largest event of its type in the southern hemisphere, ARBS 2010 gives trade visitors an opportunity to see and discuss the latest advances in heating, ventilation, air conditioning, refrigeration and building services products and services.

Exhibition manager Sue Falcke says this year’s exhibition will feature an extensive seminar program, offering low-cost professional development.

“ARBS is a unique environment, where education, innovation and technology converge,” says Ms Falcke.

A number of international speakers will take part in the seminar program, which covers the very latest trends and issues.

The spotlight will be on energy efficient buildings.

UK-based Professor Sue Rouf will facilitate a workshop on low carbon buildings.

A full list of exhibitors and seminars can be found at: www.arbs.com.au

Visitors are encouraged to pre-register for the exhibition to avoid delays on arrival. Entry for trade visitors is free. Registration for the seminars is essential.

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