From 15-17 January 2017, the second edition of the HVAC R Expo Saudi is going to take place at the Jeddah Centre for Forums & Events with Eurovent as the official European Association Partner. Same as in 2016, Eurovent will organise a dedicated trade delegation to Saudi Arabia, and host a seminar programme. All Eurovent members are going to receive a significant discount on the usual booth rate, and profit from a reduced ticket fee for the delegation.
The show’s first edition in 2016 proved to be a great success with a strong attendance rate. It is the place for all HVAC&R professionals in Saudi Arabia to source products, services and educational content. More than 10 Eurovent members exhibited at the first edition including, for instance: Baltimore Aircoil Company, Carrier, Coolex, ebm-papst, Friterm, Karyer, LG, NIBA, SKM. Many more visited the exhibition through Eurovent’s dedicated trade delegation.
‘As official European association partner, we were proud to support the first edition of the HVAC R Expo Saudi, and are even more proud to also support the second one’ states Morten Schmelzer, International Director at Eurovent. ‘The exhibition proved well organised and managed. For a first-time show, the attendance rate was very strong, with many high-profile visitors. From all our participating members and delegation participants, the feedback received was positive.'
At the Eurovent Summit end of September, a call for papers will be launched for the Eurovent seminars in Jeddah. Furthermore, the delegation programme will be announced, which again includes many highlights such as an excursion to the King Abdullah Economic City, an industry dinner in the desert with high-ranking Saudi representatives, and an embassy reception.
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