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Hellmann Worldwide Logistics, Sydney Freezers and Beijer Ref have committed to purpose-built facilities at a $450 million industrial estate at Bankstown Airport in Sydney’s south west.

Refrigeration and air conditioning (RAC) technicians in Victoria will need to undertake additional training as part of new licensing requirements to be introduced from 2023.

While some companies have taken a wait and see approach to the pandemic, innovators have created new opportunities by utilising technology and online platforms.

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RAC problems associated with poor commissioning are likely to remain high until industry reach agreement on an Australian Standard.

A new report by the Expert Group identifies the most prevalent faults across all RAC equipment in Australia.

The Federal Government's wage subsidy program for apprentices has been extended for 12 months at a cost of $1.2 billion.

The federal government is moving ahead with occupational licensing which is set to be introduced 1 July, 2021.

Airmaster has entered into an agreement to acquire Specialised Fire Protection effective 1 April, 2021.

As a result of the partnership between Holyoake Air Management Solutions and Price Industries, the new business will be known as Holyoake by Price.

Housing Industry Association (HIA) economist, Angela Lillicrap, said the apartment market is constrained with limited opportunity for residential construction.

Carrier president and CEO, David Gitlin, said there has been a tectonic shift in how business, government and society value the safety of indoor environments.

A UN report has found the continued control of ozone depleting gases will avoid approximately 25 per cent of the global warming that was projected to occur by 2050.

The Climate Change Bill was the focus of a parliamentary inquiry this week which received more than 6500 submissions.

Plate heat exchangers are up to five times more efficient than shell-and-tube designs.

While Australia debates the current regulatory landscape for flammable refrigerants, reviews are also underway in Europe and the United States.