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…Details
New Brunswick, NJ, May 2018- For the 5th year in a row, Unitex has helped support the “School Kids Sweep up Day” in New Brunswick in honor of Earth Day. Volunteers from Unitex’s New Brunswick plant teamed up with Ms. Branscomb’s 5th grade students at McKinley School to remove litter around the school grounds. In…Details
What do nurses want? What incentives for nurses should you be offering? As we rapidly reach the brink of a huge nursing shortage, more and more medical practices are asking themselves how they can draw nurses in.Details
At Unitex, we’re dedicated to protecting the earth. That’s why we’re always looking for ways to make our operations more eco-friendly, from installing energy-efficient light bulbs to recycling the plastics that arrive along with our textiles.
Not a reader? Watch our video on linen loss! Linen loss is a huge issue in the healthcare industry. While losing a baby blanket or a towel here and there may not seem like much, it adds up. Linen loss costs the healthcare industry an average of $840 million each year.Details
Elmsford, NY, February 2018— Unitex Healthcare Laundry Services, the nation’s largest privately held healthcare laundry business with locations throughout the Northeast, is supporting the city of Newburgh this Spring with three community based events. A big supporter of Big Brothers Big Sisters, Unitex is sponsoring the organization’s largest annual fundraising event, Bowl for Kids’ Sake.…Details
Did you know that an estimated 30 to 40 million Americans live with the fear of going to the dentist? This condition, called dental anxiety, has been putting a lot of Americans’ oral health at risk.