First Hoshizaki Snowflake GII Freezer takes up residence at Japanese Embassy

Snowflake GII cabinet

Hoshizaki UK’s first Snowflake GII Freezer has been installed at the Japanese Embassy in London after the embassy’s catering team specified a need for energy efficient and durable equipment.

The Embassy took delivery of the new Hoshizaki model at its Mayfair address earlier this week, further strengthening its relationship with the Japanese-owned manufacturer..

The Snowflake GII has joined the consulate’s existing portfolio of Hoshizaki cooling solutions, in response to its search for a durable freezer that offers optimum operational performance.

Hoshizaki UK continues to have a long-standing relationship with the Japanese Embassy, founded on a trust that they claim to provide the highest standards in durable and functional kitchen equipment. Combining decades of refrigeration design experience from Gram and Japanese technology engineering, the brand-new Snowflake GII aims to offer maximum quality.

The Hoshizaki Snowflake series is the latest in its range of high-performance refrigeration units. Developed to meet the complex and varied needs across the foodservice industry, the Snowflake GII is available at a competitive price point.

A spokesperson for the Japanese Embassy, commented: “When sourcing new equipment our decisions are made based on quality and durability. With energy efficiency being a key consideration, the Snowflake GII offers extra flexibility in our demanding catering environment. Hoshizaki always caters for our specifications and we now regularly use a range of their refrigeration and freezer solutions, including the UK’s very first Snowflake GII.”

Meanwhile, Simon Frost, Hoshizaki UK’s director of field sales and national accounts, said: “We are really proud to have our first UK Snowflake GII in situ at the Japanese Embassy – a natural home for our latest products. The installation is a real testament to the trust the Japanese Embassy has in our products and we aim to continue to answer their cooling solution needs for years to come.”

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