PEACHTREE CITY, GA (OCTOBER 3, 2022) – Hoshizaki America, Inc. is excited to announce two changes within the organization. Daryl Erbs has joined as Vice President of Innovation, a new position for Hoshizaki America, and Scott Meyer has joined Hoshizaki as Vice President of Sales over the US and Canada Regions.
Hoshizaki has been known for innovative products in the marketplace for decades and, with Daryl’s leadership, plans to take it to the next level. “Daryl brings industry experience, technical expertise, understanding of industrial design and a passion for making a positive impact” declared Chris Karssiens, President of Hoshizaki America and the Americas Region. “His leadership and depth of experience will be a great addition to our team.”
Scott is a seasoned member of the foodservice industry, with over 16 years in the industry and 20 years collectively in sales. “Scott’s track record of revenue growth, relationship development, innovation, process improvement, and career advancement will serve us well as we continue to challenge ourselves for significant growth and improved organizational efficiencies” commends Allan Dziwoki, Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing.
About Hoshizaki America
HOSHIZAKI is the world leader in the design, manufacturing, and marketing of a wide range of products for the foodservice industry including ice machines, refrigerators, freezers, prep tables, display cases and dispensers. With corporate headquarters in Peachtree City, Georgia and a second manufacturing facility in Griffin, Georgia, Hoshizaki America, Inc. employs over 1,000 people nationwide. Hoshizaki’s attention to detail, continuous innovation, and commitment to the highest standards ensures its customers have exceptional quality products. Hoshizaki has earned ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year multiple years in a row for superior energy efficiency achievements.
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