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ATMOsphere America 2015 Coming to Atlanta

One of the industry’s largest conferences, ATOMsphere America, will be heading to The Grand Hyatt Atlanta for its annual meeting this June 25–26, 2015. The event will target between 300–350 industry stakeholders, including leading retailers and consumer goods brands, suppliers, government representatives, associations and more.

Attendees can go to a variety of different seminars and industry sessions throughout the two-day event. For instance, the Market Opportunities session will focus on end-users and their future plans involving natural refrigerants, including their technology needs and various applications.

Other opportunities include a Regulations & Standards session which will have presentations from government representatives and industry experts to discuss the latest regulatory issues and standards regarding natural refrigerants in North America.

ATMOsphere 2015 will also be hosting the first-ever

Accelerate Award ceremony to honor the most forward-thinking organizations and individuals in the natural refrigerant industry.

For more information, visit www.atmo.org/america2015.

 
 
 
 
 
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