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Savings and quality optimization

in the textile/laundry sector

An international hotel chain operates several hotels in a famous European capital. The competition is intense. The yield per room is sinking due to low average prices and rising costs. The laundry supply of hotels is organized with external laundries on a laundry rental basis. The cost for laundry supply is a major cost item after personnel costs.

By commissioning Thomas Hadler, the washing processes of the hotels were audited in the “cluster”. Potential savings in the laundry contracts were realized by organizing the laundry processes and by optimally allocating resources. As a positive side effect, the quality for the hotel guests was noticeably improved, as the hotel staff had become sensitized to quality-related topics.