Future of refrigeration is conference topic

29408640_sBELGIUM: William Pagani, group marketing director at EPTA, will discuss the future of commercial refrigeration in a keynote address at the Eurovent Innovation/Hub conference in September.

The Eurovent Innovation/Hub, takes place on September 29, in the unique environment of Stara Zajezdnia, an old tram depot in Krakow, Poland. It forms the flagship event of the 2016 Eurovent Summit, taking place from September 27-30 at the Holiday Inn Krakow City Centre.

Pagani’s visionary thoughts on the commercial refrigeration industry will be followed by papers from Camfil md Anders Freyschuss, Hitecsa boss Guillermo Rosenberg and Witt md Monika Witt.

“It has become increasingly important for our members to think beyond HVACR, following a 360-degree approach that does not only take into account the latest technologies or legislative developments, but also issues such as global relations, environmental aspects, and IT revolutions,” commented Morten Schmelzer, Eurovent’s international director.

“The 2016 Eurovent Summit aims to provide visitors with more than just technical meetings and seminars. In fact, our flagship events stimulate visionary ideas and highlight out-of-the-box approaches,” he added.

For ticket to this and other events register via www.eurovent-summit.eu.

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