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Refrigeration & HVAC Indonesia 2017 boost environmentally responsible industries with eco-technologies

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Indonesia’s rapid industrial development calls for modernization and technological uplift of its Refrigeration & HVAC, Power & Renewable Energy and Cold Chain sectors. The country’s largest refrigeration and climate control technologies exhibition, Refrigeration & HVAC Indonesia (RHVAC) returns in 2017 to provide total solutions for industries and commercial sectors who are moving towards environmental sustainability and eco-efficient business practices.
From the 28 to 30 September 2017, numerous top-grade equipment, high-performing machinery, quality solutions and high in-demand products will be on display at the exhibition held at the Jakarta International Expo, Kemayoran.
 Competitive industry players from Indonesia and around the globe are welcomed to bring in their latest innovations that would further spur the growth of Indonesia’s many industrial sectors that are geared towards energy conservation. Refrigeration & HVAC Indonesia is an ideal exhibition for key manufacturers and suppliers of HVACR (Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration) products to present new energy conservation technologies, as well as to promote wider use of eco-efficient production processes across various sectors. The product showcase will cover Technologies, Machinery & Equipment, Solutions & Systems, Installations & Applications and Products, Parts & Tools for these three categories:

  • Refrigeration & HVAC - Heating, Cooling, Purification, Filtration; Air Conditioning & Ventilation; Vacuum & Industrial Gas Technology
  • Power & Energy - Conventional & Renewable Energy Sources; Power Generation; Environmental, Conservation & Measurement Control
  • Cold Chain - Frozen Consumables & Industrial Products; Frozen Products; Production, Processing & Packaging Cold Storage, Transportation & Distribution

Supporting environmentally-responsible industries

Mr Sofianto Widjaja, Managing Director of Pelita Promo Internusa (PPI), organizer of RHVAC highlighted that “companies have to optimize their energy and resource use as they improve their business systems through implementation of advanced technologies and innovations. Refrigeration & HVAC Indonesia is the right premise to effectively source for practical technologies that companies need.” Products available for sale and direct procurement at the exhibition will cater to Indonesia’s energy infrastructure, retail, food supply, fishery, agriculture, hospitality and other robustly developing sectors. Given the high government initiatives to expand local energy, food, agriculture, fishery industries, companies in these sectors are investing heavily in technologies that can help them improve their industrial, manufacturing and production performance. With the local government taking a strong stance on global warming and climate change issues, companies in Indonesia are becoming more conscious of their role to reduce carbon emissions and other environmental waste. Mr Sofianto added that, “As the B2B platform that connects HVACR product manufacturers and industry users, we share the industry’s concerns about the use of air conditioning and refrigerant machine that continuously impact the environment. Companies have to know the technologies in order to minimize the impact they may contribute to environmental issues. To assist companies in making informed selection, we therefore are dedicated to bring in credible technologies that have quality marks from international environmental accreditation bodies.”  Refrigeration & HVAC Indonesia’s strong effort to promote greater awareness on the issues of environmental conservation across industries have earned the support of industry organizations such as ASHRAE Indonesia Chapter, Indonesian Cold Chain Association (ARPI), Indonesian Professional Engineer Association (PIPI), Green Building Council Indonesia (GBCI) as well as support from relevant ministries and trade establishments.

Technology as key to industrial performance

Refrigeration & HVAC Indonesia 2017 responds directly to the industry’s need for the right technologies that allow businesses to better serve domestic demands and gain faster access to global markets. International companies’ expertise in the global trade movement for refrigeration, energy and cold chain needs can be applied to Indonesia through the right technological implementation. Across Indonesia, the demand for refrigeration appliances is expected to be driven largely by an increase in property ownership as well as replacement sales. According to various industry reports, sale of refrigeration appliances in Indonesia are expected to increase at an 8% retail volume CAGR over the next few years. Overall, Indonesia’s refrigerant market is projected to reach USD 441.9 million by 2020, at a CAGR of 12.1% yearly over a fifteen year growth period.

For the cold chain sector, the growing number of hypermarket and supermarket in developing regions has increased the demand of energy efficient equipment in the recent years. Across Indonesia’s vast developing provinces, there have been rising capital investment to enhance industries’ production assets with technologies. For example, the fast emergence of food services have caused a proliferation of new transportation, distribution and production systems. The country’s commercial and retail sectors have also seen considerable rise in demand for refrigeration products caused by increasing international trade of frozen food items driven by consumer preference for convenient and freshly-packaged consumables.

Refrigeration & HVAC Indonesia provides vital boost to the industry’s need for more advanced technologies to increase productivity and compete at international markets. The exhibition supports closer industry cooperation as businesses require trusted networks to secure new investments for sustainable technologies and manufacturing systems. Presenting great opportunities to learn a lot more about the domestic market, exhibiting companies especially new players entering Indonesia can look forward to an engaging trade event. Their participation will open a successful route to business profitability and sustainability by optimizing support from local government through a trade promotion events like RHVAC. As an industry-endorsed exhibition, Refrigeration & HVAC Indonesia 2017 provides participating companies with an elevated platform to present their meaningful innovations and newest technologies exclusively to notable government authorities, business owners, trade specialists and all industry-related professionals.

Gain fruitful deals and long-term business relationships at RHVAC Indonesia 2017! For more information and to sign-up as an exhibitor, please visit www.refrigeration-hvacindonesia.com or contact PT Pelita Promo Internusa at: Tel: +62 21 53660804, Fax: +62 21 5325887, E-mail: info@pelitapromo.com