MACS features new product showcase at 2017 Trade Show
(Lansdale, PA) January 17, 2017-The new product showcase is filling up for MACS 2017 Training Event and Trade Show. MACS attendees are looking forward to the sunny skies of Anaheim, California for the February 15-18, 2017 gathering of global mobile air conditioning professionals.
The MACS trade show will open the doors at 10am PST in the Platinum Ballroom of the Anaheim Marriott where attendees can visit over 93 booths.
The new product showcase has three product categories: chemicals, components and tools and equipment. Displaying new products in the chemical category are: Arctic Air, Errecom S.R.L. Idemitsu and TSI Supercool. Displaying new mobile A/C system components are: Coyote International, Gates Corporation, Globus Sistemas Electronicos, LTDA, Netmotor, Omega Environmental Technologies, Schrader International, and T/CCI Manufacturing. New tools will be displayed by: AGS Company, Parker Hannifin and Robinair.
A panel of industry press will judge the new products displayed in three categories: Best Use of Technology, Most Service Friendly and Most Innovative New Product.
Pre-registration is happening now for MACS 2017 Training Event and Trade Show.
To learn more about MACS Worldwide visit our website at www.macsw.org. The MACS 2017 Training Event and Trade Show, Mobile A/C: Global Service Horizons will take place February 15-18 at the Anaheim Marriott in Anaheim, CA.
Since 1981, the Mobile Air Conditioning Society (MACS) Worldwide has been the advocate for service and repair owners, distributors, manufacturers and educators making their living in the total vehicle climate and thermal management industry.
MACS Worldwide empowers members to grow their businesses and delivers tangible member benefits through industry advocacy with government regulators and by providing accurate, unbiased training information, training products, training curriculum and money-saving affinity member services. MACS has assisted more than 1-million technicians to comply with the 1990 Clean Air Act requirements for certification in refrigerant recovery and recycling to protect the environment.