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Reaching Into The Past To Pay: Insurance Archeology

Today’s Environmental Compliance Costs: Insurance Archeology for the Laundry Industry
An increasing number of laundries are striving to heighten their ‘green consciousness’. Many go above and beyond what is necessary for them to maintain environmentally correct facilities.

Read more: Reaching Into The Past To Pay: Insurance Archeology

Rental Company Triples Business With A Little Automation

Cleveland, Tenn. — Bradley Rentals may not be a huge facility, but they’ve increased output in a big way by replacing a hand-held iron with an industrial flatwork ironer.

Read more: Rental Company Triples Business With A Little Automation

How Does Your Current Business Insurance Policy Respond To A Catastrophic Loss?

The recent terrible natural disasters witnessed, which have affected families and businesses alike, causing many to lose their homes and livelihoods, is a reminder that nothing should be taken for granted.

Read more: How Does Your Current Business Insurance Policy Respond To A Catastrophic Loss?

How Is The Recent Economy Affecting Our Industry?

With the stock markets plummeting and the overlying fear of a deepening recession, most economic news today is not encouraging. Whether due to the trickle down or domino effect – economic woes are affecting our industry as a whole.

Read more: How Is The Recent Economy Affecting Our Industry?

The Evolution of Identification Systems

In the past, resident’s clothing in nursing homes was sorted by chance.  This “sorting procedure” was inefficient and about 20 percent of the time, residents were given someone else’s clothing.  Needless to say, there was a need for a more efficient means of clothing identification. Hence, the laundry marker was invented.

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Ecolab Acquires Dober Chemical’S Textile Care Business

ST. PAUL, Minn. — Ecolab Inc. a leader in cleaning, sanitizing, food safety and infection prevention products and services announced it has purchased the commercial laundry division of Dober Chemical Corporation. The acquisition includes Dober’s laundry chemical and waste water treatment and Ultrax dispensing businesses as well as an exclusive partnership to market and provide key components of its Spindle monitoring software.

“Dober is respected throughout the industry for its innovative monitoring technology, product chemistry and commitment to service – qualities that complement our own strengths at Ecolab,” said Brian Henke, vice president and general manager, Ecolab Textile Care North America. “As we expand our North American commercial laundry business, innovation and service excellence will continue to be our top priority as we partner with our customers to deliver unsurpassed value to run their operations more efficiently, sustainably and cost effectively.”

“Ecolab and Dober share the same customercentric approach to service and innovative technology,” said John Dobrez, president Dober Chemical Corp. “This is an exciting development because it builds on the strengths of both companies to move the industry forward.”

Through this agreement, Spindle Technologies,a division of Dober, is forming a strategic alliance with Ecolab Textile Care in an exclusive licensing agreement for its ChemWatch Software technology and the OPTRAX Utility Module.

“There will be no movement of people as they currently all operate remotely,” said Henke. “The Dober leadership team is very skilled and respected in the industry. We plan to have them as part of the team moving forward. During the transition, both businesses will operate as usual and we do not expect there to be any changes in the service the customers are used to receiving.”