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When Service Is Disrupted, Is Someone There to Throw You a Lifeline? (2 of 3)

“A laundry service is at a standstill — a key piece of processing...

When Service Is Disrupted, Is Someone There to Throw You a Lifeline? (1 of 3)

“A laundry service is at a standstill — a key piece of processing...

Globalization Puts Greater Emphasis on Grading Textiles

Eric Frederick |

The global marketplace has made quality control a more difficult item to...

Paris Companies Opens New $14 Million Healthcare Plant

Bruce Beggs |

DUBOIS, Pa. — Paris Companies welcomed Lt. Gov. Joseph Scarnati and...

Dust Control Items Minimize Building Maintenance, Promote Positive Image

Bruce Beggs |

Hospitals, hotels, offices, restaurants and industrial customers are...

The Challenges of the Clean Show

An AmericanLaundryNews.com Exclusive CHICAGO  — As many of you know, I...

Define Criteria for Ragging out Linen, Train Staff to Take Action (Part 2 of 2)

“What criteria should I establish to rag out or discard linen? Also, do...

Define Criteria for Ragging out Linen, Train Staff to Take Action (Part 1 of 2)

“What criteria should I establish to rag out or discard linen? Also, do...

Come Prepared and Make the Most of a Trip to Clean ’09

Eric Frederick |

Every two years, the Clean Show takes center stage in the laundry...

Chemical System Installation Planning

David Barbe |

GREENVILLE, N.C. — The American Laundry News Wire recently featured a...

A Tribute to Those Who Have Sacrificed

An AmericanLaundryNews.com Exclusive CHICAGO — As a retired United...

Cavallo Point Enters Golden Gateway to Green Operations

SAUSALITO, Calif. — Cavallo Point — the Lodge at the Golden Gate is one...

Be Consistent with Investment Plans, Even in Dark Times

Eric Frederick |

A number of my employees have asked me whether they should continue to...

AH&LA Launches Green Guidelines Challenge for Hotels

Bruce Beggs |

WASHINGTON — The American Hotel & Lodging Association (AH&LA)...

Success Favors the Brave

An AmericanLaundryNews.com Exclusive CHICAGO — As we continue down a...

Adjusting Work Schedule, Plugging Leaks Among Low-Cost Ways to Corral Dollars (Part 3 of 3)

“My budget has been cut, and I’ve got to find ways to keep my costs down...

Adjusting Work Schedule, Plugging Leaks Among Ways to Corral Dollars (Part 2 of 3)

“My budget has been cut, and I’ve got to find ways to keep my costs down...

Adjusting Work Schedule, Plugging Leaks Among Ways to Corral Dollars (Part 1 of 3)

“My budget has been cut, and I’ve got to find ways to keep my costs down...

Who Says Laundry Work Can’t Be Fun?

Eric Frederick |

Day after day, the bad economic news keeps coming. I hear statements...

Green Laundry: Changing the Carbon Footprint (Part 2 of 2)

Matthew Alexander |

For most laundries operated by companies in which laundry is not their...

Green Laundry: An Industry-Changing Progression (Part 1 of 2)

Matthew Alexander |

With sustainability gaining global attention, the conservation-minded...

Design-Build for a Better Future

An AmericanLaundryNews.com Exclusive CHICAGO — As many of you know, I’...

Central Laundry Processes 7,000 Bags Daily from Baghdad Military Camps

Spc. Debralee P. Crankshaw |

CAMP LIBERTY, Iraq — Laundry is a chore people do every day throughout...

Use PPE When Sorting, Plus Wash Hands Regularly to Prevent Spreading MRSA (Part 2)

“MRSA is a four-letter ‘word’ no healthcare worker wants to hear. What...

Washcloth Stacker Trial: The Verdict

Eric Frederick |

Several months ago, I wrote about a trial we were going to conduct on a...

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