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ACR Show set to debut at the NEC

The ACR Show is the new dedicated event for the air conditioning and refrigeration industry

More than 100 companies will be present to showcase their latest products and services in hall 19 at the NEC, Birmingham, from 13 to 15 March. The show is the only national event of its kind and will enable visitors to see the latest products and technology coming on stream across the commercial ac and refrigeration sector.

Among the latest exhibitors to sign up are Airedale International, Heronhill Air Conditioning, Nordmann, Rothenburger (UK), FSW UK Group, Nanjing, VRF Services, Quidos and Reflok.

A key attraction at the event will be the extensive seminar programme on all the latest technologies and legislation. Presentations will take place in two auditoriums on the show floor, the Business Intelligence Theatre (sponsored by Climate Centre) and the Technology Theatre (sponsored by LG Air Conditioning & Energy Solutions).

The keynote speech and official opening will be performed by president of the European contractors' association, AREA, Graeme Fox.

Student Trail
On Thursday 15 March the Student Trail will offer students some dedicated time slots at some of the stands so they can talk to exhibitors about products, services and industry opportunities for the future. In addition, the Skills Centre, sponsored by HRP, will offer visitors a dedicated zone where they can talk to training experts and find out about courses and grants by talking to representatives from Summitskills, City & Guilds and Building Engineering Services Training (BEST).

Pre-register for the show now at www.acrshow.co.uk/register to be entered into a draw to win an iPad2, the latest version of the award winning tablet computer. Visitors who pre-register will also avoid the queues on the opening day.

For more information on the show, including details of exhibitors and competitions go to www.acrshow.co.uk.

The ACR News Awards take place on the evening of Wednesday 14 March at the National Motorcycle Museum, Birmingham. The awards are sponsored by Dean & Wood, GEA, Hawco, Space Air and Lawton Tubes.

1 March 2012

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