Being in the business of providing commercial laundries with the tools and solutions to dramatically transform their productivity, our goal has always been to help laundries around the world reach their full potential. This year, our mission to reach new markets has continued with another exciting international platform. At Texcare 2019, we will be presenting
Linen control is one of the most high-priority processes for any commercial laundry, regardless of size and scale. For facilities that rent out their own linen, however, this is arguably more important as mismanaged linen can impact service delivery and customer service – two factors you can’t afford to be careless about. What goes into
Commercial laundries are, in all likelihood, entirely familiar with the concept of establishing standard operating procedures. What is a laundry, after all, without clear-cut processes to guide their activity and operations? At a time when anything can (and will) go wrong, operating procedures dictate order and control in what would otherwise be a chaotic environment.
In the past, it may have been easy to conceptualise laundries simply in terms of their core deliverables: washing and delivering. Now, however, as commercial facilities become more advanced, commercial laundry management is a distinct aspect of everyday operations. Management is an all-encompassing term that includes almost every activity that takes place inside your facility.
At a time when artificial intelligence and automation have subsumed the operations of almost every industry, smart washing in the commercial laundry sector is nothing particularly newsworthy. Yet, given the strides laundry innovation and tech have made in recent years, there really is plenty to talk about. With environmental concerns assuming a high-priority status, commercial