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Bots and bytes dominate in Milan Robotics and automation were very much the focus of the show this year along with digitisation in all its many forms and helpful impacts
Working flat out Ironers made a big impression at EXPODetergo last month. Kathy Bowry takes a look at some that were there, and some that weren’t
Let’s talk stains In Part 5 of our stains series Roger Cawood explores the benefits of the spotting table
Drycleaning chemicals The drycleaning industry has at its disposal a multitude of chemical products ranging from those designed to prevent stills foaming and boiling over, through to spotting chemicals...
Excellence abounds at Milan’s best practice showcase The standard for the Cinet Global Best Practices Awards 2022 was sky-high, making the jury’s job very difficult indeed
Sustainable developments for a positive impact Girbau is setting the benchmark in creating systems with a positive impact on people and the planet
Energy efficiency: Urgent actions to address sky high costs It is crunch time on the energy front, says Richard Neale of LTC Worldwide, but there are strategies laundries can follow to make things better
How robotics make laundries more sustainable From prolonging the garment lifespan to saving resources, cutting-edge AI solutions lead the way towards a more sustainable laundry industry, says global laundry solutions...
Smoothing out costs Energy prices are ever-increasing – and shock inducing – so operators are looking very closely at efficiencies when they contemplate buying new kit. LCN looks at what is available
A softer approach – gentle cleaning Dry/wetcleaning is beginning to come back after the rough days of lockdown and we look at manufacturers of systems and chemicals that can gently boost that recovery
Shoulders back… Howard Bradley looks back with wry humour to the age of massive shoulder pads and the rather less glamorous donkey jacket craze
Let’s talk stains – 4 In the fourth part of Roger Cawood’s series on stain removal he talks through the art of using a spotting table
Unusual care labels -1 In the first of two features, Roger Cawood and Richard Neale find solutions to the recurring problem of unusual care labels
Grey day for a white wedding dress SPECIAL REPORT: Our resident experts Roger Cawood and Richard Neale respond to a reader’s problem with a wedding Gown
Laundry engineering for healthcare Richard Neale of LTC Worldwide is keen to offer healthcare engineers and production staff the best advice on how to optimise every stage of the process and troubleshoot problems...
Let’s talk stains In the third of Roger Cawood’s probe into stains nand how to deal with them, he focuses on spotting
Get synchronized The key to feeding and folding efficiently is perfect synchronization
Optimism grows as economy recovers Italian textile care sector ready for breakthrough despite skyrocketing energy prices and high level of inflation, writes Eugene Gerden
Improving productivity Richard Neale looks at how the market leaders are becoming steadily more efficient and the steps which each individual laundry could be taking to emulate this achievement
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