Celebrating Another Year of Refrigeration Success and Progress

In February, the Institute of Refrigeration (IOR) celebrated its 118th year with a prestigious event in London where IOR members gathered for an evening of fun and to mark the achievements of the last year. 

Mark Woods, long-standing IOR member and Joint Managing Director at Space Engineering Services, reflects on the importance of the IOR to the refrigeration industry.

“We were delighted to attend the IOR Annual Dinner and celebrate the great work that has been done across the industry in the last year. As a business, we’re really supportive of the work the IOR does, and know how valuable it is to our employees and the wider sector. The IOR offers so much – technical resources, a place to share best practice and discuss challenges, and career support, which is vital in helping to advance the application of refrigeration technologies.”

With industry standards evolving and new techniques emerging all the time, it’s never been more important to keep up to date. The IOR is not just for Engineers though, it’s a place for all refrigeration, air conditioning and heat pump professionals wanting to develop their skills and further their careers.

Mark added; “Space Engineering Services is committed to achieving the highest standards in our sector and we know that ensuring our employees have the right skills and knowledge is pivotal to this.”

Find out more about the IOR at www.ior.org.uk or follow them on Twitter @thecoolinghub

Joint Managing Directors of Space Engineering Services, Dale Nouch (left) and Mark Woods (right), enjoying the IOR Dinner.

Below (clockwise): Phil Johal, Roger Mapperley and Tony Exley, Mark Ward with Dale Nouch, and Danny Carroll with Paul Salmon