Shenzhen Brother Ice System Co., Ltd. (ICESTA)


Fax: +86-755-29914210

Contact Person: Robin Lee

October, 2007: ICESTA was officially inaugurated. At the beginning, we were mainly dedicated to the research, production and sales of flake ice machine, tube ice machine and ice machine evaporator.

January, 2008: We invented the first intelligent control system (touch screen with MCU) for ice machines in China, and this had attracted many customers in Southeast Asia.

April, 2008: Our fresh water flake ice machine, sea water flake ice machine and flake ice machine evaporator gained CE approvals issued by SGS.

May, 2008: The intelligent flake ice machine showed up in a exhibition held in Turkey, and many European customers were very interested in this product.

September, 2008: We successfully developed a remote control system for ice machines, and two Utility Model Patents (One Remotely Controlled Ice Making System and One Intelligent Ice Making System) were applied.

May, 2009: The first set of containerized ice storage and delivery system was shipped to Saudi Arabia.

December, 2009: ICESTA moved to a new place, enlarging factory area to 5000m2.

July, 2010: Our containerized ice storage and delivery system for Lechang Gorge Hydropower Station passed acceptance inspection, and its daily production capacity reached up to 100t.

June, 2011: ICESTA was honored as Guangdong Province A Level Tax-Paying Enterprise.

November, 2011: ICESTA won the title of "Ice Star" which was issued by the Committee of China Ice Making Industry.

December, 2011: Two national patents were authorized to us, including Screw Ice Scraping System and Automatic Anti-Blocking System. In the same month, our global sales & service network was set up, and our annual sales volume was estimated to be 60 million CNY or so.

December, 2012: Our company got another two national patents which were One Ice Delivery System with Ice Rake and One Ice Delivery System with Ice Lifting Mechanism.

April, 2013: The tube ice machine was released to the market.

October, 2013: The self-developed block ice machine passed commissioning successfully.