European HVAC&R trade association Eurovent invites industry stakeholders to its 2022 Eurovent Summit, which will take place in Antalya, Turkey, on October 25–28.
With the theme of “Building Bridges,” this year’s summit is focused on connecting manufactures, consultants, planners, installers, trade associations and policy makers from around the world, with the aim of creating a more sustainable industry.
Organized by Eurovent, Eurovent Certita Certification (ECC), Eurovent Market Intelligence and Turkey’s Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Manufacturers’ Association ISKID, the four-day conference is set to be a major event for industry representatives.
“If you are actively dealing with Indoor Climate (HVAC), Process Cooling, and Food Cold Chain Technologies, or are looking to establish contacts in this industry, you simply must attend,” said Eurovent. “We look forward to ‘building bridges’ with you in Antalya in October.”
“If you are actively dealing with Indoor Climate (HVAC), Process Cooling, and Food Cold Chain Technologies, or are looking to establish contacts in this industry, you simply must attend.”Eurovent
More than 500 key stakeholders are expected to attend the 2022 Eurovent Summit for a program of policy discussions, meetings and seminars, as well as the Eurovent Innovation HUB.
Event sponsors include Maryland (U.S.)-based manufacturer Baltimore Aircoil Company (BAC), Illinois-based testing and certification service provider UL Solutions, California-based technology provider J2 Solutions and Spanish testing laboratory CEIS.
Postponed from 2020 due to COVID-19, the biennial event was last hosted in 2018 when 524 HVAC&R representatives from 32 countries gathered in Seville, Spain, for 45 meetings, three seminars and three flagship events.
More information of the 2022 Eurovent Summit, including registration and agenda, can be found on the event website or on Eurovent’s LinkedIn.
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