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NZ launderers ditch plastic laundry bags

Some laundries in New Zealand have begun to do away with using plastic bags or covers to encase the cleaned clothes. They have found that customers are satisfied even without such coverings on their garments. One laundry uses compostable dry ... Read More »

Maintaining Whiteness In Linen

White linen is often preferred because of its association with freshness, cleanliness and purity. Keeping linen white is a major challenge for the laundries, chemical technicians and chemical companies. They are under more pressure than ever to hurry up and ... Read More »

Laundry Industry Looking for Recognition

Ashutosh Khadria, Proprietor, SSK White Collar, says that he started the company in 2008 when there was hardly any modern laundry in Bangalore. He wanted to create a “Branded” laundry service offerings “Branded Care for Branded Wear”. Though the first ... Read More »

Indian Railways Rolling Out Clean Linen

Be it ‘Palace on Wheels’ one of the costliest and best trains providing world class facilities or the ‘Garib Rath’, an Express with AC coaches at affordable prices, Indian Railways – the lifeline of Indian commuters – chugs ‘Up and ... Read More »

Load vs Performance graph

Over load or under load?* published in Clean India Journal, June 2012, has been a matter of discussion for laundry managers. Kiran Raj Singh, Laundry Manager, Shangri-la’s-Eros Hotel, New Delhi revives the old discussion saying that machines carry the tag: ... Read More »