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Textile industry revenues outpace GDP again, TRSA
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Because each sector has a specialty line (one of the four) and secondary lines (the other three), a production profile for each segment indicates the percentage of revenues and pounds processed for the specialty line and the others. An operation can benchmark its performance against its sector's medians for these rental lines as well as dust control rental, direct sales and processing of customer-owned goods.

“We feel this information is vital to rental laundries to determine their efficiency and effectiveness,” Ricci said. “That is why we facilitate this benchmarking at no charge to our members. Any textile rental company can buy the TRSA Industry Performance Report and learn from it. But we see it as an especially high-value proposition for participating members. Not just because the customized report eases their analysis. But because their participation generates food for thought for the many conversations they have with other members about the positive directions in which they can take their businesses.”

Based in Alexandria, Va., TRSA represents more than 1,500 textile processing plants and service locations in the United States. These facilities combine for annual sales of more than $14 billion and employ more than 140,000 people. In addition, TRSA has international members in 26 countries. The textile rental industry launders and recycles uniforms, linens and a wide assortment of textile products for a large and diverse base of customers. They include industrial manufacturers, hospitality and healthcare facilities, retailers, trade contractors, wholesalers, and many more.

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