The first Heat Exchanger World Conference & Expo premiers 30 November, 2021
The first European Heat Exchanger World Conference & Expo will take place 30 November and 1 December 2021. This year’s event will be held at the MECC Maastricht, before returning to a location at the RDM in Rotterdam in November 2022.
It will run parallel with the renowned three-day event, the Stainless Steel World Conference & Expo. Visitors will benefit from the synergy between both.
Heat Exchanger Conference & Expo will provide a dedicated meeting ground for professionals working in the heat exchanger supply chain to address key issues in the industry from design and manufacture, through purchasing to usage and maintenance. It will enjoy an atmosphere of information sharing, connection, and learning in a relaxed and informative atmosphere.
Our goal is to:
Present the latest developments and best practises in industrial heat exchange
Connect experts and peers to gain and improve knowledge
Further develop end-user understanding of specialist equipment
Help promote new products and projects
Look to the future of the supply chain and the changing needs of the industry,
Help expand business networks and direct business-to-business opportunities.
The conference will feature traditional presentation sessions as well as and hands-on workshops where new skills can be learnt and new knowledge can be acquired.
The exhibition will be a meeting ground between manufacturers, suppliers, traders, engineering companies and end-users, where latest technologies, wares, and ideas can be discused and promoted to further develop the heat exchanger supply chain.
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