With a history dating back to the 1920’s, we strive for excellence in all we do at Reddy Ice. We are America’s largest packaged ice distributor and manufacturer because we know the value of hard work, innovative thinking and exceptional customer service. Reddy Ice serves over 60,000 customer locations in 36 states producing and delivering over 1.8 million tons of ice annually to a customer base that has come to rely on our exceptional customer service as well as ice that is produced according to the industry’s highest standards. Headquartered in Dallas, Texas, we have 48 manufacturing locations and 56 distributor locations throughout the nation. We’re looking for those who never settle for anything less than the best, and are looking to share that drive with a company who knows that investment in their people equals the greatest success.
Our vision – all our customers will regard Reddy Ice as the Total Ice Solution in North America. The Reddy Ice culture is built on a foundation of an uncompromising commitment to exceptional customer service, industry innovation, internal growth, and an employee referral program.
In turn, our employees take pride in servicing our customers and responding to their needs in a timely and many times innovative manner. This partnership fosters a sense of ownership with our employees and creates an environment where they uphold our principles of integrity and honesty.
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Salt Lake City, UT
- 1675 Empire Rd.
- Salt Lake City, UT 84104
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Reddy Ice shares its roots with the 7-Eleven convenience store chain, a business that grew out of the Southland Ice Company. Southland Ice was founded in 1927 and originally included just eight ice plants and 21 retail docks, also currently known as convenience stores.
Demand for ice and other chilled products surged after America’s entry into World War II in late 1941, and Southland Ice expanded its operations by acquiring Oak Farms Diaries and City Ice Delivery Ltd, allowing them to expand their business in ice manufacturing and retail stores.
Southland Ice goes public on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in 1972. As they continued to acquire various convenience companies and establish 7-Eleven’s nationwide, their packaged ice business was rebranded as Reddy Ice Division, the largest ice operation in the world at that time.
Reddy Ice still stands on our original foundations that made us the company we are today. Since the early 1900’s we have made innovation, exceptional products and outstanding customer service our top priorities. From an industry that was once based on animal power and harvesting ice from nature, to one based on innovative, food grade quality manufacturing methods and distribution logistics, we have always gone above and beyond to ensure we provide the best service and products to our customers.