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Canadian Linen to open new state-of-the-art processing facility
Jun '08
Canadian Linen and Uniform Service, Canada's premier national uniform service provider, is opening Toronto Central – its newest, largest and state-of-the-art processing facility.

The Honourable arinder Takhar, Minister of Small Business and Entrepreneurship will help officially open the plant at the grand opening ceremony this evening, along with City Councillor Anthony Perruzza.

Noted for its use of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology, unique Clean Room, and capacity to process more than 16,000 garments and more than 40,000 lbs of laundry per day, Toronto Central helps ensure that tens of thousands of people across Ontario are dressed and ready for work everyday.

Minister Takhar will present Canadian Linen and Uniform Service with a Certificate of Recognition for its continued innovation and investment in the Toronto community.

The honour is duly earned as Canadian Linen has received the Consumers' Choice Gold Award for Business Excellence in the Uniform Rental category for 11 consecutive years.

"Businesses such as Canadian Linen are the engine of our economy," said Takhar. The opening of Toronto Central is an example of how a company can use innovation and technology to improve operations while at the same time minimizing its impact on the environment."

Toronto Central has a circulating inventory about half a million garments. Critical to the plant's success is its propriety Superior Apparel Management (SAM) system, a tracking and inventory process the company pioneered.

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