Since hosting its first ever CO2 Summit in March 2017, Gasworld returns to Austria to host the exhibition again this year. Gasworld is the leading global industrial gas information provider and prides itself on being a powerful business platform connecting the international gas industry.
This years CO2 Summit is taking place from 12th-13th March at the Interalpen Hotel Tyrol, Telfs-buchen/Seefeld, Austria.
The two-day event has an exciting agenda where those attending will be able to discuss the latest trends and concerns regarding the use of CO2. Attendees will get to listen to a number of speakers at different conferences and sessions throughout the event and will also have the opportunity to use the bookable meeting space for networking opportunities.
Analox have proudly sponsored this years event and will be exhibiting on Table 2, where the team will be available to provide hands on demonstrations of our Ax60+ including the Data Output Module and our Aspida which are both established CO2 safety solutions.
Around the world there are CO2 exposure limits and guidelines within the workplace; Analox offer units which will help you to adhere to these regulations. Make sure you come and speak to us about gas safety regulations in your local area and find out more about our product offering.
If you would like to attend and register for the event you can do so here.
Matt Lambert, Regional Channel Account Manager, attending Gasworld’s CO2 Summit 2019 said, “We always look forward to exhibitions hosted by Gasworld. They are a great opportunity for us to network with key potential partners whilst advancing our knowledge within the gas industry.
“I am really excited to learn more about the latest developments within the gas sector with a focus on CO2 gas, especially as CO2 safety is something that we specialise in.
“Our biggest priority is keeping people safe, I’ll will be available at Table 2 to discuss the gas safety solutions we have to offer which will not only help to keep you compliant with global gas safety regulations but also keep your staff safe within the workplace.”
If you use CO2 in the workplace and are concerned about potential gas leaks and the safety of your staff then please get in touch, or if you are attending the event, please come and visit us at Table 2.