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.”