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Hoshizaki builds a breadth of products to match its heritage

Hoshizaki builds a breadth of products to match its heritage

  With the integration of Gram now completed, Hoshizaki has big plans for the UK market. Simon Frost, director of sales & chain accounts at Hoshizaki, explains how its energy-saving refrigeration equipment is designed to perform in the most demanding of environments. What makes Hoshizaki’s offering stand out? The Hoshizaki refrigeration portfolio stands out in

Hoshizaki sticks a five-year warranty on Gram Standard Plus range

Hoshizaki is putting its money where its mouth is by extending its five-year warranty offer to its Gram Standard Plus range of refrigeration. The five-year cover is already available on existing products in the Gram Superior Plus, Eco, Bakery, Compact and Gastronorm counter ranges, but the addition of Standard Plus to the equation reflects its

Hoshizaki UK proudly sponsors brand new Claire Clark Academy

Earlier in the summer the industry saw the launch of the brand new Claire Clark Academy, a state-of-the-art pastry kitchen at Milton Keynes College, complete with a range of Gram equipment to help train the next generation of patisserie chefs. The kitchen has been beautifully designed to accommodate for a range of new courses, including

Gram Superior Plus K72G wins 2017 Footprint Award

The Gram Superior Plus K72G has won yet another accolade at this year’s Footprint Awards, coming up tops and bringing home the Energy Efficiency award. Since its inception in November 2010, Footprint Awards has been the barometer for sustainability and responsible business practice in the foodservice sector. The ceremony took place at The Royal Institute

Hoshizaki marks 70 years of innovation and targets foodservice growth

2017 marks an historic milestone for Hoshizaki as it celebrates 70 years of innovation, perseverance, and dedication to quality. The year is doubly significant as it is also 25 years since Hoshizaki Europe was formed. Founded by the late Shigetoshi Sakamoto, and with initial operations involving only four staff members, Hoshizaki has achieved monumental growth,

First Hoshizaki Snowflake GII Freezer takes up residence at Japanese Embassy

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

Hoshizaki expands range of budget refrigeration for caterers

Hoshizaki has announced availability of the Snowflake GII, a new line of affordable refrigeration equipment for budget-conscious caterers. A prototype of the equipment, which is a second generation range of its popular Gram Snowflake line, was first spotted by FEJ at the Great Hospitality Show earlier this year. Hoshizaki bosses said the emphasis of the

Simon Frost to head up chain accounts for Hoshizaki

Hoshizaki UK confirmed today that Simon Frost will join the company as director, sales and chain accounts from tomorrow. He replaces Paul Anderson, who will officially be joining Meiko on April 1 as its new UK managing director. Frost brings more than 30 years of industry knowledge to the Hoshizaki UK team and a significant

Hoshizaki shows a united front after Gram integration

Today’s Great Hospitality Show marks Gram and Hoshizaki’s first public showing as a unified company. Since January 1 the combined businesses have been operating as ‘Hoshizaki UK’. Not only is the new arrangement designed to “synergise” the brands, but management hope it will boost the chances of the combined business achieveing even stronger growth in

Gram brand will prevail under Hoshizaki umbrella

Steve Loughton is looking forward to the challenge of integrating Gram and Hoshizaki’s UK businesses as the firm prepares to operate under the proposed new company name of ‘Hoshizaki UK’ from January. The move will bring the two units together under a single corporate umbrella, which the manufacturer hopes will support its aspirations for market