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ASERCOM Convention 2024: A Resounding Success in Shaping a Sustainable Future

Febbraio 21st, 2024|

The ASERCOM Convention 2024, held on February 2nd in Brussels, has marked a significant milestone in the journey towards a sustainable future in refrigeration and air conditioning. With an assembly of approximately 80 stakeholders from industry, associations, policy-making, and end-users, the [...]

Navigating the Impact of New F-Gas Regulations on the Fish Industry

Febbraio 19th, 2024|

The fish industry, like any other, will be severely impacted by the new F-gas Regulation, and all entrepreneurs and owners of refrigeration plants must be aware of the changes to plan their future activities effectively. Marco Masini, president of ASERCOM, was invited [...]

MODINE becomes a member of ASERCOM

Febbraio 2nd, 2024|

"We are very happy to welcome MODINE to the Association!" says Marco Masini, President of ASERCOM. "We are pleased to have this primary manufacturer on board. We look forward to the many new opportunities this will open up in the future." "ASERCOM [...]

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2202, 2022

Italy towards a more sustainable refrigeration?

Febbraio 22nd, 2022|

Italy is a bit of an outlier regarding greenhouse gas emissions in the European landscape. In contrast to the other Member States, while emissions are generally decreasing, those caused by fluorinated gases do increase – according to the Italian Greenhouse Gas Inventory [...]

1709, 2021

ASSOFRIGORISTI: conscious protagonists of change

Settembre 17th, 2021|

An Interview with Marco Oldrati, new Director of Operations of the Italian association Assofrigoristi In June, following the resignations of Gianluca Degiovanni as President and Marco Masini as Chief Operating Officer of Assofrigoristi, the Association elected its new management team: Fabio Brondolin [...]

207, 2021

Germany is a pioneer in the fight against Europe-wide refrigerant smuggling

Luglio 2nd, 2021|

The amendment of the German Chemicals Act represents an important step in the fight against illegal trade in hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs) in Europe. The amendment to the German Chemicals Act, which comes applies on 1 August 2021, now gives the supervisory authorities extensive [...]

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