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24-Hour ATMO Virtual Trade Show Set For March 30-31

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The ATMO Virtual Trade Show on natural refrigerant technology, will be held online around the world March 30-31. The event will take place over a continuous 24-hour period, will feature 35 exhibitors, including at least eight with meeting room presentations, and 25 webinars (21 live and four on-demand).

ATMO VTS will run from 10 a.m. CET on March 30 to 10 a.m. CET March 31.  The event is organized by shecco, publisher of the website, which is expecting more than 5,000 registrations.

Of the 35 exhibitors, eight are premium exhibitors, including Teko, Zudek, ebm-papst, Carel, Alfal Laval, Dorin, Panasonic and GEA. To learn about these and other exhibitors, click here.

Eight exhibitors will be making presentations at their booths, including Dorin, Danfoss, Carel, Secop, Zudek, Carrier, Novum and SWEP. For a complete list of presentations, click here.

Among the 21 live webinars at the virtual trade show will be an EU Policy Panel at 3:30 p.m. CET discussing next steps with the F-Gas Regulation. Panelists include Arno Kaschi of the European Commission (EC), Barbara Gschrey of Öko-Recherche, Tim Grabeil of the Environmental Investigation Agency and Andreas Meier of Teko.

Two end-user panel discussions will be held. The first, at 5 p.m. CET will include retailers from Europe (Olaf Schulze of Metro AG), Africa (Richard Taylor of Pick n Pay) and the U.S. Jeffrey Carlson, Lunds & Byerlys). The second, at 3 a.m. CET (11 a.m. Queensland time) will feature retailers from Australia and New Zealand, including Dario Ferlin of Woolworths.

For a complete schedule of webinars and speakers, click here.

“We’ve made some big changes, including  24 hours of live webinars and panels, so that everyone, no matter where you are in the world, can listen to some key discussions from cooling thought leaders,” said Marc Chasserot, CEO of shecco.

Finalists for the Innovation of the Year Awards will be announced at the show. The awards will recognize products, introduced since January 2020, having, or expected to have, a significant impact on the market. Awards will be given in gold, silver and bronze categories.

Voting will be possible on March 30 at the trade show.

Due to popular demand, a second Premium Hall has been introduced for the VTS 2021, offering exclusive benefits such as click-through logo visibility in the Main Hall, a product rendering opening to 3D view, custom background banner, pre-event marketing, a public or private meeting, live streaming from your company headquarters via Zoom integration, push notifications and advertising in the VTS Guide – a publication sent to all attendees before the show including detailed information on exhibitors, new product launches, the program of presentations, floor-plan and more.

Registration for the event is free at the ATMO VTS website.

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Treva Bennett

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After 32 years in the newspaper industry, she is enjoying her new career exploring the world of groceries at The Shelby Report.

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