Registrations for ARBS 2020 open early December

By Dylan Bushell-Embling
Thursday, 21 November, 2019

Registrations for ARBS 2020 open early December

Visitor registrations for ARBS 2020, Australia's largest trade exhibition for the air-conditioning, refrigeration and building services (HVAC&R) industry, will open on 2 December.

More than 8000 industry representatives from Australia and overseas are expected to convene at the trade show, which will take place on 19–21 May next year at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.

Over 300 exhibitors have signed on to display products, innovations and services at the event, including the top HVAC&R built environment suppliers in the Southern Hemisphere.

ARBS 2020 will include a precinct dedicated to showcasing and allowing the industry to discuss the latest smart, connected and sustainable building and property technology.

The event will also include a schedule of events including the Speaker Series and IBTech Insight series of seminars, panels, case studies and workshops focused on innovative technologies and emerging trends in the built environment.

The wide range of topics includes future trends in modular construction and on-site assembly, the use of blockchain in HVAC&R and the use of buildings as power stations.

The schedule of events also includes the annual ARBS Industry Gala Awards Ceremony.

The exhibition will be free of charge and open to trade visitors only. The costs for the seminars will be advised with the release of the final program.

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