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Scotland hosts HEVAR show

A new HEVAR exhibition in Glasgow, Scotland on October 29-30, will cater for the large volume of HVAC professionals in the region.
Scotland hosts HEVAR show
Held at the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre (SECC) venue in Congress Road, Glasgow, the exhibition will draw key figures from the refrigeration industry and market leaders from supermarkets, hotel chains and local government.

Many of these industry professionals will be among the 550 visitors already expected to attend the Institute of Refrigeration dinner held next to the SECC building, in the Crown Plaza hotel on October 30.

Scottish HEVAR will be held at the same time and venue as ACR Scotland, ACR News' new exhibition.

Exhibition sales executive Adam Whitehead said 'There is an untapped market in Scotland. The combined force of Scottish HEVAR and ACR Scotland is a force to be reckoned with'.

Scottish HEVAR is just one of four HEVAR shows happening this year (Manchester HEVAR, Birmingham HEVAR, London HEVAR) and all are going from strength to strength.

Birmingham HEVAR which will be held at Aston Villa football ground on November 26-27, bigger and better. A new addition to the exhibition will be 'Meet the Buyer' where exhibitors can name the top ten contacts they want to meet and HEVAR organisers will endeavour to personally invite these contacts, greet them at the venue entrance, take them to the exhibitors' stand, give them complementary drinks, and book a meeting space for them.

Most of the exhibition stands for Manchester HEVAR (Lancashire County Cricket Club, Old Trafford -March 26-27) have been sold but there are a limited number available.

All four HEVAR exhibitions will be packed with stands promoting the latest HVAC solutions, a programme of seminars, a hot lunch and an audience of relevant figures from the industry.

For details go to To book a place for a HEVAR exhibition email
4 February 2008


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