The Russia-wide exhibition and congress expected to attract key players in refrigeration and air conditioning
Chillventa Rossija 2013, the international trade fair for refrigeration, air conditioning and heat pumps for commercial, industrial and building applications, to be held in the Moscow Crocus Expo International Exhibition Center from 5 to 7 February 2013, will focus on energy efficiency and environmental protection, when the industry’s key players and refrigeration and air conditioning experts meet to exchange views on the Russian market and the latest trends.
Announcing this, the event organiser, NürnbergMesse, said that the exhibition and the accompanying Chillventa Rossija Congressing, will tackle two current trends that mark the Russian market for refrigeration – air conditioning and heat pump equipment. This development is also driven by government regulations on energy saving and environmental compatibility, it added.
The organiser believes that because refrigeration applications account for 20% of nationwide energy consumption, energy-optimised equipment contributes to an enormous energy-saving potential. The most important applications reportedly include those ensuring a continuous cooling chain for the manufacture, storage, transport and sale of perishable goods. Refrigeration and air conditioning, thus, also contribute to guaranteeing the country’s food security, NürnbergMesse stressed. The industry ensures the production of clean energy with the pioneering heat pump technology, and will be foregrounded at the pavilions, it added.
Claiming that the event will provide a platform for international and Russian industry leaders, Frank Venjakob, Director, International Exhibitions at NürnbergMesse, said, Chillventa Rossija is the ideal gathering for them to cultivate existing business relationships, make new contacts in the Russian market and share their professional know-how.