Bates Troy Hires Chief Maintenance Engineer


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Industry veteran to maintain 53,000-square-foot plant, equipment

BINGHAMTON, N.Y. — Bates Troy Inc. has hired of Ray Karleski as chief maintenance engineer, the company reports. He will oversee all aspects of maintaining the company’s 53,000-square-foot plant and its equipment. 

“Bates Troy is excited to have a laundry engineer-veteran like Ray join our team,” says Brian Kradjian, Bates Troy's president and CEO. “He brings a lot to the table while ensuring the wellness of our plant and equipment.”

Karleski has 27 years of commercial laundry experience. He is a graduate of TRSA’s Maintenance Management Institute (MMI).

Karleski is from the Syracuse, N.Y., area and previously worked at Clarus Linen Systems and International Wire.   

“The opportunity to become a part of the Bates Troy team is an honor,” he says.

Bates Troy is a family-owned and -operated healthcare linen service, dry cleaning and tailoring, and fire and water restoration company that has been serving New York’s Southern Tier, Central New York and Northeastern Pennsylvania for more than 85 years.


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