For more than a decade the laundry industry has been exploring work tracking and logistics systems that employ bar code and radio frequency identification (RFID) technologies to keep tabs of everything from commercial uniforms and work clothes to rented formal wear.
If it is time for a laundry renovation at your facility, I’m sure you’re considering the best machinery possible to help you conserve water and energy. But have you considered a few renovations to your building design? Just one or two design renovations at your facility can not only save energy and money – it is good for the environment.
Jane has been a team member in a laundry facility for many years. It is a demanding position that requires her to manage multiple projects and many repeated tasks.
These challenges often leave Jane feeling exhausted and overwhelmed. She admits that she is not handling the job pressures well, and is calling in sick and missing days on the job. In fact, going to work is increasingly hard and her stress has become a chronic issue. She feels tired all the time. Her acute stress is painful and she has not found ways to discharge it. Jane is in danger of burning out.
If you're frustrated in your efforts to elicit the best from each member of your laundry team, chances are it's not that they can't be motivated, but that the wrong methods are being used to motivate them.
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Gulf Coast Laundry Acquired by Swisher Hygine
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Swisher Hygiene Inc., a provider of hygiene and sanitation products and services, announced that it acquired Gulf Coast Laundry Services of Mississippi, LLC (“Gulf Coast Laundry Services”), a Mississippibased linen services company.
Gulf Coast Laundry Services provides linen rental and laundry services throughout southern Mississippi, Louisiana and Alabama, primarily to hotel, casino and resort customers. Concurrent with the acquisition, the founder of Gulf Coast Laundry Services, David Gross, will join Swisher Hygiene and contribute to the continued growth of its linen services business.
Total consideration paid by Swisher Hygiene in connection with the acquisition includes approximately $4.8 million in cash and the issuance of a convertible promissory note which may be converted into a maximum of 350,000 shares of Swisher Hygiene common stock subject to certain restrictions, including acceptance by the Toronto Stock Exchange.