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AHR Expo 2003 News
17TH Industry Association Forms Alliance with AHR Expo
Westport, CT. - The National Environmental Balancing Bureau (NEBB) is the latest association to lend their endorsement to the AHR EXPO 2003, January 27-29 in Chicago. The association joins an impressive list of 16 other endorsing associations that have already created an alliance with the largest and most inclusive exposition in the HVAC&R industry.
The National Environmental Balancing Bureau (NEBB) is a nonprofit organization, founded in 1971 by contractors in the heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC) industry. NEBB exists to help architects, engineers, building owners, and contractors produce great buildings with HVAC systems that perform in ways they have been visualized and designed. NEBB establishes and maintains industry standards, procedures and specifications for work in its various disciplines that include: Testing-Adjusting-Balancing (TAB)-- Air and Hydronic Systems, Sound and Vibration (S&V) Measurement, Cleanroom Performance Testing (CPT), and Building Systems Commissioning -- HVAC and Plumbing Systems.
AHR EXPO" 2003 ON RECORD-SETTING PACE
Already Larger than Highly Successful 2002 Show
Westport, CT. - The 2003 International Air-Conditioning, Heating, Refrigerating Exposition (AHR Expo") is on track to become one of the largest gatherings in show history when it convenes at Chicago's McCormick Place next January 27-29.
Show management reports that more than 355,000 square feet of exhibit space has been reserved for the 2003 Expo by nearly 1,200 companies, making it significantly larger than the very successful 2002 Show in Atlantic City. Space-wise, 2003 already ranks as the third-largest gathering in the show's 71-year history, and it could become the largest AHR Expo ever if the current rate of new exhibitors is maintained over the next several months. The Show's international presence will also be strong, as 155 companies from 27 different countries are planning on exhibiting, and show management says they expect several thousand international attendees from more than 100 countries to visit the 2003 Expo.
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