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Linen King Acquires Processing Plant in Tennessee

Company says seventh laundry facility adds 25 million pounds capacity, extends service area

TULSA, Okla. — Linen King, a provider of healthcare laundry services in the South and Central United States, reports it has acquired a laundry processing facility in Ooltewah, Tennessee from Angelica.

The company says the acquisition adds the seventh laundry facility and 25 million pounds of processing capacity to Linen King’s network of plants across five states.

“The purchase of the Ooltewah facility aligns with our long-standing commitment to our core markets in the South and Central U.S., where we have served customers for over 20 years,” says Linen King founder and CEO, Leonard McCullough.

Ooltewah complements Linen King’s existing plant in Memphis, Tennessee, and extends the company’s full-service capabilities into the southeast markets of Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina and Kentucky.

“Our reputation for reliable, best-in-class service is built on our deep pool of regional resources and our outstanding team,” McCullough says. “Ooltewah builds on this foundation by increasing our service capacity and geographic redundancy for customers across our markets.

“This acquisition also supports a natural expansion of our regional footprint, and we are excited to serve new customers across several Southeast states.”