All Star driven Roadshow on the future of industrial cooling & heating
The leading provider of cooling and heating solutions, Star Refrigeration, is running a roadshow that aims to bring users of industrial refrigeration and heating up to date with the latest developments in legislation, regulation and technology. The free half day formative events will take place across the UK on the 24th, 25th and 26th of September 2013 in Glasgow, Leeds and Reading respectively.
The CPD certified event will offer up to date and detailed information to ensure businesses are compliant and producing cooling and heating effectively and efficiently. It will help end-users identify challenges within their business and outline strategies available to address these through practical guidance and advice.
The conferences will explore cutting-edge maintenance methods that have a direct effect on efficiency and reliability, demonstrating the path to a cost effective investment that will reduce the total cost of ownership and environmental emissions.
The presentations will include case studies of completed projects, along with specialist advice for a range of different market sectors including food processing, dairy, process cooling, pharmaceutical, petrochemical, retail, temperature controlled distribution, brewing & distilling, leisure & ice, building services, IT cooling and district heating and cooling.
According to Rob Lamb, Star Refrigeration’s Group Sales and Marketing Director: “Star’s 2013 Roadshow is an opportunity for end-users to get updated on new developments in our industry. These developments will undoubtedly affect their business in the future and attendees to the roadshow will ensure they are well informed and able to plan ahead with confidence. The event promotes transparency and mutually beneficial partnerships and encourages customers to talk, compare and learn from the experiences of other end-users within the same sector.”
After each conference, a question and answer session will be led by a group of experts specialised in different market sectors to ensure attendees receive in-depth advice on challenges they face in their business today. The meetings will be organised around different booths, in a very convenient set up that facilitates networking with other users of refrigeration and heating systems to share experiences.