Lavatec Earns Continental’s Business Partner of the Year Award


Lavatec Laundry Technology Inc. recently received Continental’s 2016 Business Partner of the Year award. Pictured, from left, are Continental Vice President of Sales Joel Jorgensen, Girbau Industrial National Sales Manager Seth Willer, Lavatec Vice President of Sales Keith Ware, Lavatec CEO and Managing Partner Wolf Peter Graeser, Lavatec President Mark Thrasher, and Continental President Mike Floyd. (Photo: Continental Girbau)

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Award honors partnership, results, company says

OSHKOSH, Wis.— Continental Girbau Inc. honored Lavatec Laundry Technology Inc. with its 2016 Business Partner of the Year award, the company reports.

Continental says the honor recognizes Lavatec’s superior business results while working in partnership with the company and its customers. Lavatec President Mark Thrasher accepted the award during Continental’s kick-off presentation for Clean ’17 in Las Vegas.

“Together, Continental and Lavatec offer the vastest laundry equipment product breadth in the industry, including everything from small open-pocket washers and dryers, to large tunnel washing systems, ironing systems and more,” says Joel Jorgensen, Continental vice president of sales.

“It isn’t often that two industry manufacturers come together in this type of collaboration. Our alliance allows us to deliver improved plant efficiency, operation and return on investment.”

“On behalf of Lavatec, we are honored to accept this award,” Thrasher says. “Both of our companies have a distinguished history in the industry and many customers know our respective strengths and capabilities. We are looking forward to many more successful years as Continental’s business partner.”


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