On the 19th February 2015 the Institute of Refrigeration will be holding its Annual Dinner at the Grange St Pauls Hotel in the heart of the City of London.
Now in its 115th year, the Institute Dinner is an event that IOR members and their companies still hold dear and want to support actively now more than ever.
The 2015 dinner looks to build on the success of the 2014 event, which saw increased numbers, bigger and better entertainment and strong industry support. The 2015 event is already being planned by a group of committed members working hard to make sure it will be the fun but traditional event members want to enjoy.
As well as a committed group of individuals supporting the event, it is also receiving the generous assistance of many leading companies who have made donations to the Entertainment Fund or become a sponsor.
A-Gas, Dean and Wood, FJB Systems GEA Refrigeration, GEA Searle, H Guntner (UK), LU-VE UK, Space Engineering and Star Refrigeration are giving the additional financial support as many of these organisations believe that by supporting the Institute of Refrigeration and its’ charitable aims they are helping to support the Industry itself.
The Fridge Dinner in London has a longstanding reputation as an evening where individuals come together to socialise, setting aside commercial concerns and to celebrate their Institute and the industry as a whole.
The event will also recognise the outstanding contributions of service engineers, researchers and members who work to keep the IOR at the forefront of technical developments.
J&E Hall, Lightfoot Defence, Hawco Ltd and the ACR Trainee of the Year are all supporting the Awards for excellence by donating the prize funds the winners receive.
The evening is a celebration of all that is good about the RACHP industry, and will include, as always, a traditional toast and speech programme.
Tickets are selling fast as members of the Institute keen to take part and bring their guests.
Be sure to attend and join those who want to celebrate the 115th Anniversary of the formation of the Institute of Refrigeration and its’ continuing work to promote the advancement of refrigeration in all its applications.
Contact Lisa Waters for more information about how you can be involved as a supporter, sponsor or to book tickets at 0208 647 7033 or see www.ior.org.uk/annualdinner