HVACR Vietnam 2023 to take place in Ha Noi

Thursday, Jun 22, 2023 18:29

BT Tee - General Director of Informa Markets Vietnam answers questions raised by jounalists during the press briefing. — VNS Photo

The 15th International Trade Exhibition on HVAC, Refrigeration and Smart Building Technologies in Việt Nam (HVACR Vietnam 2023), combines with the 10th International Plastic & Rubber Technologies & Materials Exhibition for Vietnam (Plastics & Rubber Vietnam, Hanoi 2023) will kick off at the International Center for Exhibition (I.C.E) in Hà Nội from July 25-27.

The three-day exhibition to be hosted by Informa Markets Vietnam was announced in a press briefing on Thursday in Hà Nội. This is a unique opportunity for businesses to explore the latest cutting-edge equipment and technologies showcased by top-tier global companies worldwide, as well as to network, build valuable business partnerships, and stay ahead of practical industry trends and developments.

In this year’s special edition for the North, Informa Markets brings together two exhibitions - HVACR Vietnam 2023 and Plastics & Rubber Viet Nam, Hanoi 2023. It will offer trade visitors in Việt Nam and foreign exhibitors the opportunities to network, collaborate, exchange innovative technologies and boost two-way trade.

According to BT Tee, General Director of Informa Markets Vietnam: “In the past few years, the plastics industry has been urged to rethink the material’s entire lifecycle by developing manufacturing processes that use fewer natural resources, emit less harmful gases, and create products that never end up as waste. Innovative technologies are now needed to deal with plastic more holistically. This is what Plastics and Rubber desires to bring towards Vietnamese enterprises.

Besides this, with the return of HVACR Vietnam, we hope to provide businesses with the opportunity to explore technical initiatives, open up the doors for them to invest in new technologies which reduce environmental impacts from manufacturing, and increase economic benefits while still meeting the increasing demand in the market."

In the coming year, the HVAC (Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning) industry is expected to experience significant growth with the adoption of new, eco-friendly technologies. This means that industrial heating and ventilation systems will be set to be powered by electricity or hydrogen, along with other smart technologies such as IoT, Software as a Service (SaaS), and AI.

Furthermore, the rising disposable income in Việt Nam will lead to an increasing installation of advanced HVAC systems in residential homes. With a hot and humid climate and a population of nearly 100 million, Việt Nam is currently one of the largest air-conditioning markets in Asia, with an expected market size of US$2.9 billion by 2025 (Research&Market, 2020).

Informa is the leading global organiser of trade exhibitions with its headquarters in the UK. Some 80 per cent of exhibitors will be hailing from developed countries in Europe, as well as the UK, US, Australia, Singapore, Japan and South Korea. — VNS

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