YANGON, Myanmar, Aug. 31, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Myanmar's International Refrigeration, Ventilation and Air-Conditioning Event, REVAC Myanmar 2015, prepares to open its doors to showcase the most comprehensive displays of technologies and equipment for Refrigeration, Ventilation and Air-Conditioning in the region from 17-19 September, 2015 at Myanmar Event Park (MEP), Yangon. The event will attract more than 5,500 international professionals and decision-makers, potential buyers and partners.
Widely regarded as Asia's final frontier, Myanmar has been witnessing continuous growth across almost all the major industrial and commercial sectors. Besides the "top tier" cities, the wave of development is also focused on other cities, which are undergoing major revamps. The expansion of commercial space, the increase in the numbers of offices and corporate hubs, and the introduction of organized retail outlets are driving the demand for HVACR installations all across the country, thereby creating significant demand for HVACR systems. The shopping malls and retail complexes are also emerging as important centres for HVACR installations in the country. HVACR systems have become one of the core building blocks for modern infrastructure, encompassing various industry sectors.
It will be the first opportunity in Myanmar to view the latest HVACR equipment and technologies as well as to meet and discuss opportunities directly with leading global companies, such as Daikin Air-Conditioning, ASLI Mechanical Sdn. Bhd., ASPT (Singapore) Pte. Ltd., Ocean Cooling Tower, Genius Cooling Tower, Insafoam and SCM&E.
Mr. M. Gandhi, UBM Asia's Managing Director of ASEAN Business welcomes the initiatives: "Air-conditioning is essential to many industries of the country as a result of the growing of economy. We believe that having REVAC Myanmar will definitely help preparing Myanmar in their process of rapid development. We are glad to bring the global leading companies to Myanmar and witness a healthy business relationship that helps Myanmar in their business expansion."
REVAC Myanmar 2015 will also play host to a HVACR conference with the featured topic, "Optimum Project Management for Green Buildings" geared towards creating greener structures in the country and creating more business opportunities.
Debuting in Myanmar for the first time, REVAC Myanmar 2015 is set to become the most prominent industry exhibition of Refrigeration, Ventilation and Air-Conditioning in Myanmar. Supported by the Myanmar Engineering Society (MES), this event is seen as the ideal springboard for HVACR industry players to connect first-hand with the technology and with suppliers of air-conditioning equipment.
Mr. Shuhei Omata, General Manager of Daikin Air-Conditioning (Singapore) Pte. Ltd (Myanmar Branch) welcomes the initiatives: "Daikin is overwhelmed to participate in REVAC Myanmar 2015. As the global brand in HVACR, we believe REVAC Myanmar is the right event and timely organise for us to penetrate Asia's final frontier."
Pre-register online now at https://www.ubmonlinereg.com/Registration/default.aspx?fid=444&lang=en
For more information, please visit www.revacmyanmar.com.
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About UBM Asia (www.ubmasia.com)
Owned by UBM plc and listed on the London Stock Exchange, UBM Asia is the largest trade show organiser in Asia and the largest commercial organiser in China, India and Malaysia. Established with its headquarters in Hong Kong and subsidiary companies across Asia and in the US, UBM Asia has a strong global network of 30 offices and 1,300 staff in 24 major cities. We operate in 20 market sectors with 230 exhibitions and conferences, 23 trade publications, 20 online products for over 1,000,000 quality exhibitors, visitors, conference delegates, advertisers and subscribers from all over the world.
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