Advice on how to get the most from your linen and workwear rental service
With the commercial cleaning sector continuing to evolve in line with innovative market trends and growing business capabilities, commercial laundries today must continue to adapt their operations to add value to their service offering and remain competitive.
As highlighted in our 6 things to consider when looking for a linen and laundry provider blog, the process of selecting a linen supplier should never be rushed.
Choosing a linen supplier isn’t a process that should be rushed. The company you choose will be responsible for supplying your hotel or venue with a fundamental part of your everyday business – if you don’t have clean linen, you cannot sell your rooms.
Whether it’s for a restaurant or special event, tableware gives F&B managers and event planners a multitude of options to set the scene and ensure guests feel the way you want them to feel when taking their seat.
CLEAN’s Christmas top tips for maintaining optimum linen levels
In this video we explain how to get the most from our Streamline linen management system. More than 70% of CLEAN customers use this system to reduce costs, save time and reduce their housekeeping effort while ensuring there are sufficient levels of stock available.
Are you a hotel operator considering a linen rental service? If yes, then you’ve come to the right place. Here, I want to tell you how hotels can benefit from leasing their linen.
The hotel industry sees multiple peaks and troughs in occupancy levels throughout the year and at CLEAN we know how important it is for our laundry service to consistently meet our customer’s needs. These peak periods can often be demanding on housekeeping teams, so in an effort to try to minimise this pressure we have put together some useful tips to help ensure a sufficient service is provided to everyone.