2020 Malaysia Refrigeration, Ventilation And Air Conditioning Exhibition

- May 20, 2020-


Time: October 20-22, 2020

Venue: Kuala Lumpur International Convention and Exhibition Center Organizer: UBM Exhibition Exhibition period: once every two years


Range of exhibition:

Air Conditioning and Ventilation: Central air conditioning and household air conditioners and accessories, parts, air freshening equipment, refrigeration and dehumidification equipment, air measurement and recording equipment, air purifiers, alarms, deodorization equipment, ventilation equipment, fans, refrigeration

Category: Freezers, refrigerators, condensers, evaporators, ice machines, refrigerators and accessories and other energy and water treatment categories: solar equipment, hot water equipment, water filtration devices, sewage treatment systems, refrigerant gas R134a,refrigerant R410a,refrigerant gas R1234yf, R600a,R290a,etc.


Exhibition Introduction:

The REVAC exhibition is hosted by the Malaysian AMB Exhibition Company and is held every two years. It is the largest event in the air-conditioning and refrigeration industry in Southeast Asia. Due to Malaysia's unique geographical location and influence in Southeast Asia, the exhibition has become an important communication platform for entering the Southeast Asian market.

The new REVAC2020 will focus on the latest technologies, problems and challenges in the heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration industries, actively advocate new technologies and new concepts, and create core competitive products based on technology, green, environmental protection and energy saving, including 7 Topics: green building technology, high efficiency and energy saving, indoor air quality, business solutions, industrial standards, building control and automation. According to the information released by the Statistics Bureau of Malaysia, the gross domestic product (GDP) of Malaysia for the whole year of 2018 actually increased by 4.7% year-on-year, and the total GDP reached 142.842 billion ringgits (Malaysian ringgit). According to reports, import and export trade is still one of the main driving forces driving Malaysia's economic development. For the whole of 2018, Malaysia's total imports and exports increased by 5.9% compared to 2017, reaching 187 billion MYR. Malaysia's total import and export trade is higher than its GDP. This means that in 2018, Malaysia's foreign trade dependence (total imports and exports divided by GDP) reached 130.5%, which fully shows that the import and export trade has a high status in the Malaysian national economy, and it also shows that the Malaysian economy has been highly international. Change. According to the average exchange rate for the whole year, RM14,298.42 billion is about US $ 354.35 billion, equivalent to RMB 2.3448 trillion, which is close to Shaanxi Province in China during the same period, and also close to Shenzhen and Hong Kong in China. Calculating based on a population of approximately 31.79 million throughout the year, Malaysia's per capita GDP in 2018 was close to US $ 11,200 (equivalent to the global per capita level in 2018), and has returned to the per capita level of Malaysia in 2014. In the same period, the per capita GDP of Mainland China was about US $ 9,800, which was about US $ 1,400 less than that of Malaysia (he is 1.14 times that of China). 

2020 Malaysia Refrigeration, Ventilation and Air Conditioning Exhibition