Award-winning Display at China Refrigeration 2015 – 05.05.2015 China Refrigeration 2015 Flashback

Secop has recently taken part in the exhibition, China Refrigeration 2015 in Shanghai. The exhibition has grown to be one of biggest annual meetings in the global cooling industry. Just like last year, Secop came home as an award winner.

The China Refrigeration Exhibition 2015 took place from 9-11 of April in Shanghai at the New National Exhibition Centre. With a main exhibition area of 72 square meters and two other exhibition spaces, a well attended press conference, and winning two awards along the way, Secop made a noticeable impact.

Introducing new efficient solutions
In the main exhibition area Secop launched a full range of new low-noise solutions, all focusing on the increasing demands in energy efficiency. Many people from all sectors within the industry took the opportunity to learn more about Secop’s different innovations within DC-Powered, Light Commercial and efficient Household refrigeration. 

Cool cases and lectures
Besides its main exhibition, Secop had two further exhibition booths. One was at the  “Ozone2Climate Technology Roadshow”, where Secop showcased its environmentally-friendly R290 compressor solutions with natural refrigerant propane, specifically designed for the light commercial market. At the “Cold Chain Pavilion” Secop also gathered significant attention whilst presenting cases and perspectives for the future of cooling within food, medical and telecom.

Taking home two awards
Last but not least, Secop took home two awards from the exhibition. In 2014 Secop won the “Innovation Award” for the unique XV variable speed compressor. The new and latest edition, the equally unique KXV – that combines the efficient pump technology of an Austria KAPPA compressor with the external rotor motor technology of a XV compressor – won the “Innovation Award 2015”.

Secop was also quite innovative with its booth design. So much that it, in fact, won the “Environmental Pioneer Award” for its environmentally-friendly approach and overall exhibition design.