Turkish HVAC&R Exporters’ Association (İSİB), the global business partner of Turkish HVAC&R Sector, supported the HVAC Trends Fair and Conference through platin sponsorship. The organization was held in Karachi, Pakistan, on 27-28 November 2021.
The event was organized by American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) Pakistan Chapter. ASHRAE has over 57.000 members in more than 132 countries. Republic of Turkey Consul General to Karachi, Mr. Tolga Uçak, and İSİB Vice President Mr. Zeki Poyraz also took part in the opening ceremony of the HVAC Trends Fair and Conference.
Throughout the event, bilateral business meetings were held in İSİB’s information booth with the participation of Turkish companies including Türk DemirDöküm, Duyar Vana, AFS Flexible and Refka. Other participating Turkish companies also presented their products and solutions in the seminar room of the event.
Underlining the importance of HVAC Trends Fair and Conference as a platform for understanding the sustainable, efficient, and economic HVAC Technologies, ISIB Vice President Mr. Zeki Poyraz made the following remarks on the occasion:
“We have contributed to the visions and objectives of Turkey’s HVAC&R sector by sponsoring the HVAC Trends Fair and Conference organized by ASHRAE Pakistan Chapter. Thanks to this event, we have not only gained an insight into the latest innovations and trends in HVAC&R Technologies and applications in multistorey buildings, offices, and houses, but we have also created a bridge between our exporting companies and their Pakistani counterparts through our booth in the fair. The event provided valuable opportunities for all the participants, including the players in the HVAC&R industry resident in Pakistan and abroad, to come together and establish communication. We are doing our best to make sure that the Turkish exporters, which form the backbone of the sector, attend this and similar organizations. We remain committed in our belief that with the support we offer, our exporters will continue to grow and break new records