Gdynia, Poland, 18 April 2016. With VBW Engineering, one of Poland’s major manufacturers of indoor climate technologies has joined the Eurovent Association following an approval by the Eurovent Board. Since its foundation, VBW Engineering has undergone a strong development. The company based in Gdynia, a city close to Gdańsk at the Baltic Sea, today employs more than 250 people throughout 10+ European countries.
VBW Engineering is specialised in the manufacturing of customised air conditioning and ventilation applications. Products of the Polish manufacturer can for example be found in office buildings, hotels, hospitals, or manufacturing halls. As a Corresponding Member of Eurovent, the company has joined a network of leading national sector association and more than 1.000 affiliated manufacturers from 20+ countries in Europe and the Middle East. It can directly participate in Eurovent activities while profiting from in-depth information on, for instance, legislative and market developments.
After being accepted as a Corresponding Member of Eurovent, Mr Mirosław Górecki, CEO of VBW Engineering, has stated: ‘It is a great honour for VBW Engineering to join the prestigious group of global companies that are members of the Eurovent Association. We regard this membership as an opportunity to further develop our company. Thanks to the exchange of experiences and the possibility to liaise with many other persons active in our industry, we can continue to improve our products. We also hope that we will be able to share our experience and results of conducted tests, which can prove useful for other Eurovent members.’
With the joining of VBW Engineering, Eurovent further strengthens its strongly developing network in Poland. Through its Regional Office in Prague and a dedicated representative based in Kraków, Eurovent is close to its members in Central and Eastern Europe, understands regional economies, and can support members in their mother tongue. With the upcoming Eurovent Summit taking place in Krakow (27-30 September 2016) in cooperation with REHVA, these aspects are being further underlined.