Shanghai New International Expo Centre – 01.04.2021 Secop Presents Sustainable Cooling Solutions at China Refrigeration Expo 2021

About China Refrigeration 2021
The 32nd international exhibition for refrigeration, air-conditioning, heating and ventilation, frozen food processing, packaging, and storage, will be held April 7–9 at Shanghai New Int’l Expo Centre China.
The number of pavilions will be increased to 10, namely W1-W5, and E1-E5, with a total exhibition area of 115,000 square meters, which is the largest ever. So far, more than 1,300 companies have signed up to attend the exhibition.

Secop Booth
The Secop Booth (E2H01) will focus on light commercial, battery-driven, and special cooling applications by showing advanced compressor solutions specific to hydrocarbon refrigerants, variable speed drive, and mobile refrigeration.
We will set up a special area for Medical Cold Chain Solutions this year. Our compressor and control electronic solutions for a wide range of applications have been officially certified by the WHO (World Health Organization) to support global access to vaccines. We will display Secop’s reliable, comprehensive, and innovative solutions in the medical cold chain.

Innovation Awards
China Refrigeration 2021 (CR2021 for short) "innovation awards" selection activity has been satisfactorily completed. Out of a total of 112 products from 52 eligible companies by two rounds of review, our most powerful hermetic reciprocating variable speed compressor SLVE18CN won the "CR2021 innovation awards" title. The compressor offers a greater cooling capacity and can be operated continuously inside an evaporating temperature range from -45°C to +10°C

Marketing Campaign
Within Ozone2Climate Technology Roadshow (E3G31), which is co-organized by the UN Environment, UNDP, FECO, and CRAA, Secop will present latest variable speed drive compressor solutions by showcasing its representative products.
We will also give a presentation during the Cold Chain and Compressor Subforum of Ozone2Climate Industry Roundtable 2021 (April 8, E3G31).

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