The Best of Refrigeration Industry on Display at Bologna Exhibition Centre

The second edition of REFRIGERA, the only event in Italy entirely dedicated to industrial, commercial and logistics refrigeration, will take place on November 3-5, 2021, at Bologna Exhibition Centre – Italy. The event aims at confirming itself as the reference fair for the strategic cold chain market, also thanks to its qualification as international event, received right from the first edition (statistical data certified by Isfcert – Accredia accredited body).

More than 150 companies confirmed their attendance at REFRIGERA 2021, among them stand out some of the national and international key players of the strategic cold chain market.

Running alongside the exhibition, the REFRIGERA 2021 Scientific Committee is working, in collaboration with the most important national and international associations of the sector, to develop a programme of events, workshops and seminars to bring visitors up to date on the last innovations and central topics for the refrigeration market

For the first time REFRIGERA will also host a 3D Lab that will include a 3D printer and a scanner for live demonstrations. The potential of these technologies are huge: from the creation of single machine components and instruments for the everyday work, to complex mechanical projects.

REFRIGERA 2021 is organised by A151 srl in collaboration with the most important associations of the sector, such as Assofrigoristi, Area, Asercom, ATF-Associazione Tecnici del Freddo, Centro Studi Galileo, OITA, etc.

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