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JENSEN launched its new ergonomic sorting platform at the Texcare International show in Frankfurt, in 2016. As it maximizes the laundry sorting volume, this ergonomic solution boosts the productivity in the sorting area. It also reduces work-related fatigue and increases operator performance. The first customer to immediately see the benefits of this new design was the largest French textile rental group in Europe and Latin America, Elis. Since then, the new ergonomic sorting platform has been installed in many laundries around the world.

 

Robots make laundries smarter and safer.

Even in modern industrial laundries, many routines and processes are still heavy, dirty, and potentially dangerous. Especially repetitive tasks often result in employees making mistakes; some of which can be extremely costly. Fortunately, the industry’s leaders recently focused on the development of new solutions such as robots, artificial intelligence and data management.

 

In the laundry business, and especially for JENSEN, productivity, efficiency and growth are vital key words. This is what interest laundry managers most; how they can grow their business, be more productive and efficient.

In 2008, JENSEN introduced the CleanTech concept and pioneered a totally new approach for the laundry industry. The same year in Austria, the world's first steam-free laundry opened with only JENSEN machines.

We are pleased to report that JENSEN USA Inc. has been running at close to full production since Monday, October 29th.

The American laundry services company Halifax Linen Service Inc describes itself as “one of the largest ultramodern textile production facilities on the East Coast.”

 

The Panama City area has been severely hit by Hurricane Michael. We would like to share the following update with you regarding our operations in the USA:

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