Hoshizaki is the world leader in high quality ice makers.
Established in 1947 in Nagoya, Japan, and now operating throughout the world, employing over 10,000 people worldwide. The Australasian arm has been operating throughout the Asia Pacific region for over 30 years.
Hoshizaki supplies the foodservice and retail industries with ice machines, refrigeration equipment and sushi cases. Hoshizaki’s comprehensive range of ice machines produces a wide variety of ice including cube ice, flake/nugget ice, cubelet ice and scale ice.
Over the years, the market for ice has grown significantly and now includes the healthcare sector, educational establishments, laboratories and food processing plants.
Hoshizaki is the only manufacturer in Australasia that manufactures and supports complete beverage and ice systems from back of house to front, and the only Australian company in the industry to achieve three internationally-recognised ISO certifications for Quality, Safety and Environmental standards.
Quality for Hoshizaki means the use of high-grade stainless steel and the latest in electronics, which means the consumption of 30% less energy and 50% less water than the competition, and fewer cycles per 24 hours, ensuring product longevity. It will take a Hoshizaki ice machine 15 years to accumulate as many cycles as the competition in 6 years, meaning reduced energy consumption, cleaning and maintenance.
Hoshizaki ice cubes are made individually, not in sheets, and are among the clearest and hardest around. Different model ice machines are available to produce and dispense not only cube ice, crescent ice and chewable cubelets for drinks, but clean flake ice for storage and preservation.
Whether you’re looking for a small unit for your kitchen or a larger one for entertaining, Hoshizaki has the model to suit you.
Many modern refrigerators include an icemaker, but what if you need more ice than one of these can easily produce? You could fill your freezer with ice trays, but this takes up valuable time and freezer space. You could grab a bag of ice from the servo, but each bag costs money, needs special storage, and may leave you with more ice than you need.
If your ice requirements can’t be easily filled by any typical freezing solution, you may want to invest in a Hoshizaki ice maker to get all the professional-grade ice you need, whenever you need it.