Invertek will Exhibit at two Events in Poland

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The company seeks to further develop a growing market in the country

Grzegorz Falkowski, business development manager for Invertek Drives
Grzegorz Falkowski, business development manager for Invertek Drives

Invertek Drives Ltd will be exhibiting in Poland twice next month as the company, which has just celebrated selling one million variable frequency drives, seeks to further develop a growing market in the country.

The events

First, they will be exhibiting at the 15th anniversary edition of Forum Fan – Air Conditioning Salon 2017, running from 7-8 March, and second at Automaticon® 2017, for the third year in a row, with both events being held in the country’s capital Warsaw.

Grzegorz Falkowski, business development manager for Invertek Drives, said:

“Poland is an expanding market for us and we attended two events in the country last year - Automaticon and the International Fair of Hydraulics, Pneumatics, Control, Drives and Mechatronics – and I am delighted that we are going to be building on this success again in 2017. Last year a new Act on Energy Efficiency (AEE) came into force in Poland and the country as a whole now faces heavy penalties from the EU if energy usage is not reduced so all companies are under pressure to do so. Globally, some 28% of worldwide energy is consumed by electric motors and, as our variable frequency drives can save up to 60% in energy usage, I’m sure many more companies in Poland will be interested in our products that can be used in many industry sectors, including HVAC, pump control and elevators, to help meet these stringent new targets,” he added.

Tony Cox, sales manager at Invertek Drives, added:

“The March 7-8 event will be attended by industry professionals from the ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration sectors, many of whom already use our products. As part of this event, a competition is also being run where show visitors can vote for the ‘Most Interesting Product 2017’ and we have entered our Optidrive Compact 2.”

Posted on February 13, 2017 - (660 views)
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