MIP UK to make CleanEx debut

12 April 2024

CleanEx 2024 – the only UK exhibition dedicated to the laundry, drycleaning and textile care industry – will open its doors at Ascot Racecourse, Berkshire, on Sunday, 28 April and Monday, 29 April. MIP UK will be exhibiting at CleanEx for the first time. MIP is a global supplier and engineering expert of textile solutions, serving the healthcare and hospitality industries for over 40 years.

With a wide textile product offering in a range of categories from bedding and linen to linen collection and distribution solutions, MIP UK will be showcasing its comprehensive reusable laundry bags range, including its SafeKnot laundry bags which use a simple and durable web fastening closure and features a maximum load line inscription which can prevent overloading and improve manual handling procedures. The company’s SleepKnit smart sheets and laundry carts will also be featured, designed to add efficiencies to the laundering process.

 “Having worked in the textiles industry for over 30 years, finding the right solutions for our customers is simply not enough anymore” commented Paul Crabtree, managing director at MIP UK. “We must now also collaborate with the laundry industry to understand how we can innovate to take laundry processes to the next level, not just in terms efficiency and safety, but with a strong focus on sustainability too. We are excited to meet up with existing customers and new potential customers at CleanEx, to showcase the vast range in our product offering and the value they bring.”

MIP UK is on stand 25 at CleanEx. For more information on MIP UK here.

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