In addition to selling sushi machines to customers, Sushi Machines Australia also reviews the performance of the machines and the customer’s sushi operations in their role as sushi consultants.
Sushi Machines helped Kelly Grey establish Zooshi in 2009. The equipment was commissioned in a rented commercial kitchen at a sports complex as Zooshi’s own kitchen was not ready.
In November 2010, Melvin Wee of Sushi Machines decided to re-visit Zooshi to review their operations since they had relocated to their own kitchen.
Kelly proudly showed Melvin around her new upgraded registered commercial kitchen, which was installed around July 2010 to meet the needs of their increasing list of wholesale customers.
In 2010, Zooshi also participated in major food and wine festivals in Launceston, some of which drew crowds of 40,000 people over the weekend.
According to Kelly Grey, Zooshi’s sales with their existing customers have been increasing, and they have also been doing a few catering jobs.
Kelly says that the sushi machines have helped speed things up, allowing them to take on many new customers.
Kelly also proudly showed Melvin her delivery van with its striking signage.
During the visit Sushi Machines helped review Zooshi’s new needs and reprogrammed the sushi machines to have additional functions so that their sushi production could be speeded up more.