The HVAC-R Exporters Association (ISIB) organized a National Participation event in the Hungarotherm Exhibition held in Budapest, Hungary, between March 29 and April 2.
The 11th Hungarotherm Exhibition, which includes products and technologies in the fields of heating, ventilation, air conditioning and structural engineering, is the largest structural engineering summit in Hungary.
This year, 12 companies from Turkey participated in the exhibition, which attracted approximately 400 exhibitors and over 40 thousand visitors.
Levent Aydın, Vice Chairperson of the Board of Directors and Zeki Özen, Member of the Board of Directors, participated in the Exhibition on behalf of ISIB.
Özkan Duman, Undersecretary of the Embassy of the Republic of Turkey in Hungary and Tahire Nur Durmuş, Trade Counselors of the Republic of Turkey and Sedat Karaoğlu, who visited the booths of ISIB and Turkish exhibitor companies, received information from the authorities and exchanged information about the commercial relations between the two countries. In addition, ICoC Board Members Yakup Köç and Zeki Akbal, who paid a courtesy visit to the ISIB booth, held a meeting with Levent Aydın, Vice Chairperson of the ISIB Board of Directors and Zeki Özen, Member of the ISIB Board of Directors.
Stating that the Hungarotherm Exhibition is important for Hungary and the countries of the region, Mr. Aydın, ISIB Vice Chairperson said the following about the exhibition: “The foreign trade size of Hungary in the HVAC-R sector is about $4.7 billion. As the Turkish HVAC-R Sector, we rank 13th among the imports in the country. Germany has a heavy weight in the country, especially due to geographical proximity. In order to promote our industry more effectively in this country, we participated in the Hungarotherm Exhibition with 12 Turkish companies. A few of our companies made their commercial negotiations at the ISIB booth. As ISIB, we were happy to host our industry companies and our guests in Hungary at our booth and to host the meetings during the exhibition.”