ARBS 2021 will be held on Monday, February 15 through to Wednesday, February 17, 2021 at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.
The dates were announced by ARBS exhibition manager, Sue Falcke, allowing exhibitors to recommence planning for the three day event.
“Given that current predictions determine the virus situation could continue for up to six months and maybe even longer we have focused our efforts on moving the exhibition into 2021 when we feel it will be most appropriate and safest to reschedule,” Falcke said.
The exhibition will remain at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, and will occupy the same space, the same floor plan and the same itinerary as was proposed for ARBS 2020. The event will host over 300 exhibitors, a renowned industry awards program and a comprehensive seminar presentation series.
“In the interim we are also very excited to announce our enhanced digital offering coming soon on our website,” Falcke said.
“This is an extended platform that will showcase comprehensive product information, pictures and video material to provide a more in-depth connection between our exhibitors and their customers. Watch out for more information coming soon.”
CCN will provide comprehensive coverage of the ARBS digital offering.
Simon Bradwell, managing director of ebm-papst ANZ, AREMA director and ARBS director/secretary said that at the end of this crisis ARBS will be a necessity to reassure customers and suppliers, and to rebuild a stronger more resilient industry for the future.