Expoalimentaria and Chillventa, Lima and Nuremberg, Peru and Germany. Roen Est “returns” to Italy after two major international events and a double success.
Expoalimentaria is South America’s most important fair for international trade in the food sector: with 6,000 exhibitors and more than 40,000 visitors, this year it could boast an entire pavilion dedicated to machines for processing and packaging food products.
For the fourth consecutive year, Roen Est was at Expoalimentaria together with the FriopackingGroup, a consolidated partner on Latin American markets and a leading Peruvian company in industrial refrigeration for the agro-industrial world.
It is thanks also to this deep-rooted collaboration that Roen Est has strengthened and expanded its position in the South American market by supplying evaporators and ventilated condensers, large-sized finned-pack heat exchangers and shell and tube heat exchangers for numerous freon and ammonia systems.
Chillventa, the European event dedicated to energy efficiency in the HVAC world and refrigeration, is now the international go-to trade fair for the cold chain and was another successful stage for Roen Est with a significant increase in customers from all around the world.
At its 100-square-meter stand, Roen presented its entire range characterised by top performance, energy efficiency and environmental sustainability. Finned-pack heat exchangers with different materials and treatments available, ventilated with copper and stainless-steel tubes, cased units with curved coils, and shell and tube exchangers for a wide variety of applications: these are all products that meet these new requirements and features that have always been part of the production philosophy of Roen Est.
There was also great interest in the new leaflets of the new range of single-pass shell and tube evaporators and the static “gravity-coil” heat exchangers.
The Roen Est Group will never stop innovating. It’s part of its DNA.
Here is a video that summarises Roen Est’s journey to Expoalimentaria and Chillventa.