American Dish Service has maintained status as the leading manufacturer of commercial warewashing equipment for over 70 years. Since our first patented product: the Chemical Sanitizing Low-Temperature Dishwasher, ADS has rose to prominence in the field of low-energy dish machines. Current ADS designs have the highest NSF ratings for speed and reduced water consumption. Our equipment is manufactured at our 208,000 square foot facility in Edwardsville, Kansas. Every aspect of the manufacturing process from the production of raw sheet metal to the fabrication of electrical components, and the assembly of machines is carefully controlled to ensure the production of affordable, long-lasting machines.
ADS products are marketed through a vast network of chemical distributors throughout North America. To ensure their success, we provide distributors with some of the most thorough training in the business. These hands-on, factory-based training courses are tailored by knowledgeable service technicians with years of experience working with ADS equipment. No one knows dish machines better than American Dish Service.
Meet Our Sales & Tech Support Team
Vice President & General Manager
Sonya became part of the American Dish family in 2019. She has since been promoted to Vice President & General Manager. Sonya is dedicated to continuing the values and quality upon which American Dish Services’ reputation has been built. Her extensive sales and executive experience will enhance the current capabilities of American Dish Service. Sonya is excited to accept this role and looks forward to a promising future here at American Dish Service.
Bruce has been putting customers first since 1985. His career in warewashing began at Auto Chlor System of Minnesota where he devoted 24 years to learning and teaching in Warewash and Laundry Sales and Service. Bruce became part of the American Dish Service family in 2008 and has been working with ADS distributors to educate and build brand trust for American Dish Service and Ali Group ever since.
Technical Sales Support
Bill has over 45 years of experience in the industry. For 16 years, he served as the manager of two Food Service Beverage & Chemical Departments. He spent six years as the Regional Sales Manager for a national chemical manufacturer and two years as Vice President of Business Development for a chemical distributor. Bill has been with ADS for over twenty years, working as a Regional Sales Manager and offering technical support.
Sales Rep & Tech Support
Glenn has been exceeding customers’ expectations since 1988. Starting in the Sales and Service industry at Ecolab, and later at Sunburst Chemicals, Glenn understands the importance of partnering with the customer in order to drive mutual success. Glenn joined the team at American Dish Service and Ali Group in 2021, providing technical and sales support to distributors.
David has over 35 years of experience in the institutional chemical industry in both sales and service. He created and ran a chemical program for Sysco Detroit. He also spent several years as National Service Manager at Sunburst. David is eager to share his knowledge and experience as part of the American Dish team.
Chris has been in the Foodservice Industry for over 34 years. He has worked in almost every capacity of this sector including Logistics, Sales, Service, National Accounts and Distributor Development. Chris started as a dealer for ADS and now works as a sales representative covering the northeastern portion of the United States. He collaborates with the best in the industry knowing that he has the support of the incredible team at American Dish Service.
Rob began his career in the warewashing industry working for Ecolab. He worked for Ecolab for 10 years in Equipment Repair and Food Safety. Rob joined the American Dish Service family in 2021 as a Regional Sales Manager. Rob’s primary goal is to educate ADS distributors on the quality equipment that has kept the company successful for over 50 years.
Why American Dish Service?
One of Our Dish Machines Just Celebrated It’s 50th Birthday.
That’s right. Our commercial dishwashing equipment is built to last.
With mix-and-match parts, you’ll carry fewer parts and conduct fewer repairs, saving you time and money as you service your customers.
Designed for Durability
Purpose-built and designed to process up to 244 racks/hour, our commercial dish machines get the job done.
Creative, consistent engineering puts mix-and-match parts at the forefront — so customers won’t have to wait for an oddball part.
Safe and Sanitary
Protect people — your customers and theirs — with dishwashing equipment that exceeds sanitation requirements and distributes chemicals safely.
Tech Support for Dealers & Distributors
Need a tip on how to replace a motor? Need to order a replacement part? Our technical and customer support teams are here to help.
“Best AMERICAN built dish machine in the marketplace. It’s solid!”
“The second biggest decision of our brand new company was partnering with the best dishwashing machine supplier out there. We were very comfortable partnering with our present chemical supplier but had to make sure we had the perfect match for best possible results for our customers. Having worked for Ecolab for 32 years, I was only interested in delivering the best results at the lowest possible cost. With that combination we have had 14 years of success!
We are presently leasing over 100 machines and sold another 20 outright. We feel so comfortable with ADS reliability that we offer a 2 year parts and labor warranty on all sales. When we need service or just additional information, I have to admit that the assistance was a bit spotty and a bone to contention in the past. However, since Robert Siler has joined their sales force that is no longer a problem but actually a very nice PLUS.”
Design, Build, and Ship Long-Lasting Commercial Dishwashing Equipment
With openings in our manufacturing plant and opportunities for growth, we’re a great place to call home and grow your career.
Join the leading commercial dish machine company in building and delivering simple, hard-working equipment to facilities across the U.S.