Unitex Opens its New Brunswick Facility to Representatives from the China Healthcare Laundry Association and Department of Health

Unitex Opens its New Brunswick Facility to Representatives from the China Healthcare Laundry Association and Department of Health

Elmsford, NY, May 2, 2018- The team at Unitex was pleased to meet with representatives from the China Healthcare Laundry Association and the Chinese Department of Health. These delegates from China recently toured Unitex’s healthcare laundry facility in New Brunswick, NJ to learn more about the company’s process, requirements and rigors of the Hygienically Clean Healthcare certification. The group of Chinese laundry operators and government officials also visited the office at TRSA (Textile Rental Service Association), the leading organization for textile rental service businesses, to discuss details regarding cooperative efforts to launch Hygienically Clean in China and develop training programs that support the growth of the Chinese healthcare laundry sector. David Potack, President of Unitex, is also a TRSA Chairman and plays a major role within the organization to help push the industry in a positive and forward moving direction.

“We are honored to be working with the China Healthcare Laundry Association and the Chinese government,” said David Potack, President of Unitex and TRSA Chairman. “It is important on a global scale to better understand operational and regulatory environments in various facilities. “To that end, we can continue making important progress toward programs like Hygienically Clean in China. This initiative will help our industry develop opportunities for information sharing in China and possibly with other countries in the future.”

David Potack toured several laundry facilities in China in June 2017 and this follow up meeting is part of ongoing conversation about joint-working groups and other initiatives in the industry.

 

In the picture: David and Michael Potack gives a tour to representatives of the China Healthcare Laundry Association and the Chinese government.