Registrations are now open for ARBS 2016, 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.

By registering in advance you can avoid queues. Tickets are sent directly to your mobile phone or email.

The exhibition, to be held at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre from May 17-19, will showcase innovative products and technologies.

It will be the largest ARBS exhibition to be held to date, with strong demand from hundreds of local and international exhibitors.

A seminar program will again be held in conjunction with the exhibition, providing leading-edge education and networking opportunities for HVAC&R and building services professionals.

Exhibitors will also present sales, technical and support information via information sessions on the show floor.

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