In addition to meeting the needs of their customers and users, industrial laundries must also have a high productivity capacity in order to achieve the desired level of satisfaction. The demand for these companies is quite high due to the volume of their staff.
It should also be taken into account that companies specializing in the treatment of industrial clothing work daily with endowments, company uniforms, gowns, hospital linen, carpets, curtains, etc.
These garments require special cleaning treatments, depending on where they are used. The cleaning process on a uniform used in an operating theater is not the same as on a tablecloth in a restaurant, for example, as it requires a more complex process than usual.
Managing an industrial laundry is not an easy task, so identification, classification, tracking, transport and distribution systems are key to achieving an effective and efficient system.
The sorting and selection of garments by customer/user must meet the requirements of speed, reliability and asepsis, while at the same time allowing easy modification of work systems according to customer or user needs.