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Huebsch Services, which provides work uniforms, floor mats and cleaning supplies, has received US methods, programs and systems patent for garment processing. The patent recognizes the company for software and process innovations made to their customer-focused production process featuring a cellular garment handling approach and UHF radio frequency technology.

Cellular plant methodology is unique in an industry that typically relies on processing enormous quantities of garments in bulk. It ensures unparalleled garment delivery accuracy after laundering and the flexibility to launder more specialized garments.

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“We’re certainly proud of this patent award. Yet we’re particularly proud that it represents what matters most to us — our unwavering commitment to high levels of customer care for more than 125 years,” said Jim Vaudreuil, Chief Executive Officer, Huebsch Services.

Huebsch Services serves thousands of companies in a wide variety of industries, including retail, healthcare, hospitality, property management, food service, and others.

 

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