Customers come first

Todd, Marcia
January 2007
Fabricare Canada;Jan/Feb2007, Vol. 51 Issue 1, p12
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the business operations of Faster Linen Service Ltd. The company's business involves 90% rental and 10% customer goods. According to Mark Halberstadt, president of Faster Linen Service, providing efficient services to customers is the company's first priority. The company saves money by recycling the rinse water obtained from washers. INSET: The old-fashioned way.


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