AHR Expo organizers report that the upcoming show Jan. 26-28 in Chicago will surpass last year's record-breaking New York show in size.
AHR Expoorganizers report that the upcoming show Jan. 26-28 in Chicago will surpass
last year's record-breaking New York show in size. The 61st edition of the
world’s largest HVAC/R trade show has plans to have more than 1,900 exhibiting
companies displaying products across 395,000 sq.-ft. of space at Chicago’s
Although the 2009 event may end up being slightly smaller
than the record-breaking Chicago show in 2006, show management is pleased that
the recessionary economy hasn’t taken a bigger toll on this year’s show. “We
believe AHR EXPO’s strength during these tough economic times reinforces the
critical role the Show plays in keeping the industry informed and updated on
the latest products, technologies and education,” saidClay
Stevens, President of International Exposition Co., which produces
and manages the AHR EXPO.
Stevens added that visitor pre-registration is strong which
could make the 2009 event one of the top-five best attended
The 2009 AHR EXPO will offer attendees the chance to see a
wealth of new products and technologies for the first time, as well as attend
70 educational sessions and workshops presented by the industry’s leading trade
associations on a variety of topics ranging from achieving sustainability and
energy reduction to ‘best practices’ and the latest trends and techniques in
the HVAC/R industry.
At the show, join sister publication,Plumbing & Mechanicalmagazine
on Jan. 26 for a Solar Water Heating half-day workshop withJohn Siegenthaler, or a half-day seminar on Reclaimed Water &
Water Conservation Revisited withJulius Ballanco.
The PMLive registration fee of $139 includes continental breakfast, a CD ROM of
conference proceedings and a complimentary pass to the AHR Expo (a $20