Alex Rasmussen takes over association leadership, General Assembly redefines the organisation’s scope and welcomes new members

During its Annual Meeting in Stockholm on 28 and 29 May 2015, Eurovent members from throughout the EU, Russia, and Turkey have elected Alex Rasmussen as the new President of their association. The Senior Vice-President of Systemair takes over the Presidency from Christian Herten, who had been successfully leading Eurovent since 2013. Member associations have decided to change the association’s scope to better reflect European industry ideals and structures, evolving the ‘HVAC&R’ terminology while acting fully independently from certification activities.

The association becomes official partner of the Climate World exhibition and welcomes ISZS-Montazh and ABOK as associated members
 Outgoing Eurovent President Christian Herten receiving a membership certificate from ABOK President Yuri Tabunschikov and ABOK Vice-President Marianna Brodach

During its 2015 Annual Meeting in Stockholm, Eurovent members have adopted a landmark decision to further intensify and strengthen their cooperation with key decision-makers of the indoor climate, industrial process cooling and food technology industry in Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS). Eurovent and the Climate World exhibition have agreed on a long-term cooperation, offering new possibilities for manufacturers of the Eurovent network within re-emerging markets. ISZS-Montazh and ABOK have joined the association’s truly European family.

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