TRSA Building A New Plant Series: Move-In


TRSA Building A New Plant Series: Move-In

November 30, 1-3 p.m., Eastern

Mario Stagliano & Mark Harad-Oaks, Arway Linen and Uniform Rental Service

About the Building a Plant series
Follow the development of a plant relocation as it happens over the next nine months and benefit from its owner’s experience. This series of three discussions in that time has lessons for you no matter where your operation stands on the new plant development continuum:

  • Opened one not long ago
  • Can’t see opening one anytime soon
  • Considering options
  • Ready to get started

Arway Linen and Uniform Rentals, Philadelphia, an F&B/restaurant specialist, is relocating its existing operation to an acquired facility in the city in 2023. With COVID-19 prompting greater concerns about staffing, this single-location company is committed to automating as many production processes as feasible. Every linen and uniform service facility, no matter where it stands in its life cycle, faces this challenge. For a new plant, though, such decisions are urgent. The same can be said for a variety of facets of laundry operations, such as:

  • Forecasting sales and profitability
  • Filling knowledge gaps with consulting
  • Financing

Arway’s tactics for contending with these challenges for its new facility will illuminate the contrasts (or lack thereof) you face in addressing them in your facility. This participative series takes place on Zoom—sessions are not webinars—to facilitate peer interaction on such topics so you can benefit from the discussion regardless of the age of your plant(s).