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23 April 2019

IIR rallies industry ahead of World Refrigeration Day

In coordination with the many supporting associations and companies worldwide, the International Institute of Refrigeration (IIR) has launched a Call to Action for World Refrigeration Day.

Taking place on 26 June 2019, this will be the first ever World Refrigeration Day, held with the aim of raising awareness and boosting the visibility of the refrigeration industry.

The IIR is calling for all stakeholders to actively help in bringing the RACHP sector into the public eye by organising initiatives in their national markets.

Such initiatives could include holding open days at refrigeration training centres, organising a poem or a photo competition in coordination with national engineering schools, proposing initiation to refrigeration webinars in sign language, or visiting local schools to give the younger generation an opportunity to discover the field.

As the only independent, intergovernmental organisation in the field of refrigeration, the IIR will create and promote a directory of all the different activities that will be organised worldwide in support of this day.

Send your proposals to the IIR at iif-iir@iifiir.org with the subject Call to Action: World Refrigeration Day, by 20 May.

Proposals should include a brief description of the activity, location, time of the event and contact information.

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