Industry show moves to ExCel


HVACR-logoUK: The ACR Show is to move to London’s ExCel for the next event in 2018.

The move from the NEC to the capital marks a further makeover for the show, which was recently renamed the HVAC & Refrigeration Show to reflect its additional emphasis on heating. 

The Cooling Post has learned that show – the UK’s only such event – will also be earlier in the year, taking place from 23­-25 January 2018.

The organiser has not yet commented or provided further information, but the dates as listed do clash with the AHR Expo, which takes place from January 22 – 24, 2018, in Chicago, an event preceded by the 2018 ASHRAE winter meeting.



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