New Image Laundry Enhances Efficiency and Service with the Introduction of new 25kg Dexter Washing Machine

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Last updated: 24/08/2023

New Image Laundry has taken a leap forward in its commitment to excellence with the recent installation of a new Dexter T900 washing machine. This addition has not only elevated the laundry's productivity but has also led to an enhanced continuity of service for its valued customers.

The new washing machine is a game-changer for New Image Laundry's operations. With its 25kg capacity and advanced features, the machine has propelled the facility's efficiency to new heights. This has proven particularly significant for meeting the high demands of the bustling hospitality and accommodation sectors, where time sensitivity and impeccable cleanliness are paramount.

New Image Laundry Manager Brendan Laws expressed his enthusiasm for the acquisition of the state-of-the-art appliance: "We are thrilled to introduce the 25kg Dexter T900 washing machine to our facility. This cutting-edge equipment exemplifies our dedication to optimizing our services for our clients, and is currently supporting our business partnerships in the hospitality and accommodation sectors. We're already witnessing a remarkable increase in productivity."

The purchase of the new washing machine, which was made possible by a funding from round two of the Queensland Government’s Social Enterprises Growth Grants has been a pivotal move for the laundry service provider. The improved efficiency resulting from this addition is expected to significantly impact the overall customer experience.

This new washing machine is not just about improving our operations; it's about offering an unparalleled experience to our clients,” Mr Laws said.

New Image Laundry is a commercial laundry and social enterprise owned by IMPACT Community Services. New Image Laundry’s mission is to provide pathways to the open employment market for people facing barriers to employment, and it currently employs 25 people.

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