Sushi Machines Australia , under the brand name of JAS Sushi, is providing all its clients in Australia and New Zealand with free technology and consultancy in sushi production. The company has won three highly acclaimed Nutrition Awards namely Catering Food Services award, General New Food award and School Canteen Association Food Services award. Previously, Sushi Machines Australia conducted classes on sushi production on a paid-basis as these were very well attended. However, due to the increasing demands by new customers who had a limited knowledge of sushi making, the company has decided to train them without charging them.
There are many small mistakes that a new sushi business can make. Kitchen layout, staffing, types of ingredients, stocking level and line balancing are just some examples of where Sushi Machines Australia can help. They have been producing thousands of rolls since 1999 for big companies including Delaware North, Spotless, Sodexho, Spices Catering, Commestibles, and also supply to event management companies (Hopman Cup, Dunhill Golf, Cricket, Ruby, AFL), airports, convention centers, exhibitions, universities, hospitals, churches, hotels, schools, supermarkets and many more. They generally try to help new sushi production outlets in their planning stage.
A significant area where Sushi Machines Australia can assist customers is with the start-up ingredients list. They provide contacts of major Japanese food suppliers in Australia and New Zealand. Help is also given on packaging, nutrition information labels, bar coding and takeaway food. The company provides advice on the suitability of different sushi machines,robots and equipment for different set ups. Even various techniques of something as simple as the maintenance of the makisu (bamboo) mats can are taught by Sushi Machines Australia.
Sushi Machines Australia Showroom
Sushi Machines Australia provides for your airfare, hotel and local requirements to travel to their sushi production outlet in Perth. Customers who made purchases beyond A$30,000 can spend two days of practical training and hands-on working in their high volume production unit. The company is also working on offering these customers with these services in their respective states.