29th HVACR expo: A Huge Success

Mr. Aale Muhammad Chairman Karachi chapter Pakistan HVACR Society

Today marks the commencement of the highly anticipated 29th HVACR Expo in Lahore, a momentous occasion that promises to be a resounding success. As the event unfolds, Mr. Aale Muhammad, Chairman of the Karachi chapter of the Pakistan HVACR Society, shares his enthusiasm and optimism for the proceedings. “I want to congratulate the Lahore chapter who has done a wonderful job in organising this event,” he said while talking to Engineering Post.

Amidst the bustling atmosphere, Mr. Aale Muhammad expresses his satisfaction with the activity and efforts put forth by the Lahore chapter, particularly commending the leadership of the Chairman for their dedication and diligence in organizing such a prestigious event. With the Executive Council of the PHVACR Society in attendance, the expo is poised to be a gathering of industry luminaries and professionals, providing an invaluable opportunity for collaboration and knowledge exchange. A large number of businesses from Karachi are also part of today’s event making it truly one of the largest gatherings of the HVACR industry.

The inclusion of a dedicated “Made in Pakistan” section underscores the importance of promoting local manufacturers and their products on a global platform. This segment serves as a testament to the ingenuity and craftsmanship of Pakistani businesses, while also fostering connections and partnerships that drive economic progress.

In addition to the exhibition, the conference held in collaboration with the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) promises to be a highlight of the event. By bringing together experts and thought leaders, this forum will facilitate discussions on the latest trends, innovations, and best practices in the HVACR industry, paving the way for future advancements. “Such events drive innovation and improvements in the industry and I congratulate the whole team for organising such a successful event,” said Mr. Aale Muhammad.