Middle East sees first industry-driven exhibition fully focussed on HVACR technologies

Climate Abu Dhabi receives full support of a wide-range of industry players / Eurovent to organise in-depth seminar programme

Abu Dhabi, 5 April 2016. As announced today during an official press conference, 3-5 October 2016 will see the first edition of the Climate Abu Dhabi taking place at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC). Climate Abu Dhabi is the first international exhibition in the GCC and wider Middle East region that is fully focussing on indoor climate (HVAC), process cooling, and food cold chain technologies. The exhibition receives support from a wide range of industry players including Eurovent, which is one of the official partner associations.

Climate Abu Dhabi is being jointly organised by Dome Exhibitions (Abu Dhabi), one of the UAE’s major exhibition companies, and Euroexpo Exhibitions & Congress Development (Vienna), the organiser of the well-known Climate World exhibition in Moscow. The exhibition is fully industry-driven and a diverse range of regional and international manufacturers, international trade associations including Eurovent, and local partners such as the Abu Dhabi Chamber are involved in its development as of the very beginning within a dedicated steering committee.

During the official press conference at ADNEC on 4 April 2016, Eurovent Secretary General Mr Felix Van Eyken has stated: ‘For some years now, our members have been calling for an international exhibition fully dedicated to HVACR in the GCC region. An exhibition that is fully technology-focussed, driven by industry ideals, and that supports the overall drive towards more energy efficient and climate-friendly solutions in the region. As Europe’s major sector association, we believe in this project and are proud to contribute to its development.’

The exhibition organisers now accept stand registrations. Manufacturers within the Eurovent network receive dedicated benefits including a reduced square metre rate. A ‘call for papers’ for the seminar programme of the exhibition will soon be made. A specific focus in this respect will be put on maintenance and replacement issues, as well as new technologies and overall market trends.