Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning Exhibion 20007
A whole host of companies, representing major brands, first-time exhibitors and international manufacturers from diverse areas of business have recently signed up for exhibition space at the top UK event for the refrigeration and air-conditioning industry, RAC07, NEC, Birmingham, 27 February – 1 March 2007.
With momentum continuing to build for RAC07, the event organisers have announced that Bitzer UK, Foster Refrigerator, Sanyo Air Conditioning and International Cooling Group, including Dawmec, Searle and Raffel have all confirmed stand bookings. Joining these, and many other big names for the show, will be a host of exhibitors making their debut at the event. These include ETI, Franchill, Tricool Engineering and Ziehl Abegg. The event is also proving a powerful draw for overseas companies seeking to grow their presence in the UK market. Among exhibitors from the continent who have confirmed their participation at RAC07 will be EFC SA, Prihoda s.r.o., Bock Kaeltemachinen, Tecnosystemi and Telstar S.L.
The theme of RAC07 will be 'Sustainable Solutions For The Future' which will embrace many of the energy and environmental issues facing the industry and explore the related changes to technology, legislation and regulation for visitors. Integrated within the event, will be a host of feature attractions, designed to add value to the visitor experience and reflect this theme. These include a full technical seminar programme and the Service Engineer Skills Centre. Other attractions will include a display of Fantastic Fridges and a special "In The Van" Zone for service engineers.
RAC07 will co-locate with H&V07, the biennial national event for the heating and ventilating industry. Although remaining separate shows with their own distinct and very individual identities, co-location will provide an extensive and complementary mix of visitors, given free movement between the two events. It will also allow those visitors who want to concentrate on the one show to do just that.
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