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Over 200 firms participate in HVACR VN 2018

 More than 200 domestic and foreign enterprises are taking part in the International Exhibition on Heating, Ventilation, Air-Conditioning, Air Filtration and Purification and Refrigeration Systems (HVACR Việt Nam 2018).

The exhibition, which kicked off on April 18, is being held in Hà Nội for the first time.

The event has been organised in HCM City 11 times. The last edition was held in March 2017 and hosted more than 550 participating companies and brands and attracted 7,906 visitors.

Jack Wei, general manager of Informa Global Exhibitions (Asia), one of the organisers of the exhibition, said among the participants this year are many famous international brands from China, India, Italy, South Korea, the United States, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand and Turkey.

At the event, they are introducing their latest equipment and technology, which will provide customers access to the convenience, safety and energy efficiency of the newest and best products in the market, Wei said.

“We strive to inject fresh and exciting elements to each edition of HVACR Việt Nam so that both our exhibitors and visitors walk away empowered with new ideas, contacts and resources,” he added.

The annual global event is considered the ideal platform for international manufacturers and suppliers to launch new products, reach out to buyers, appoint agents and distributors, promote brand awareness and establish business networks in Việt Nam’s booming economy.

Throughout the three-day exhibition, a series of complimentary HVACR and Green Building seminars and technical talks will be held, hosted by HVACR Việt Nam organisers and its partners, namely the Việt Nam Green Building Council and Việt Nam Energy Efficiency Network.

Park Byung-Hun, secretary general of the Korea Building Energy Management System Association that has set up a pavilion at this year’s exhibition, said: “Our association was established to contribute to the development of high efficiency and green buildings through the development of ‘building energy management technology’, which integrates construction technology, ICT (information and communications technology) and energy management technology, as well as systematic management of building energy facilities.”

“HVACR Viet Nam 2018 is especially important to us, given the rising global attention on energy efficiency and the emphasis of this year’s exhibition on showcasing the related technologies,” he said.

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