TRSA is returning to Toronto this year to host its fourth Annual Canadian Production Summit following the Covid-19 pandemic hiatus. The Production Summit is a great opportunity for TRSA members and non-member operators to participate in interactive sessions, tours and, network opportunities. The event is scheduled for 4-5 October and will provide an opportunity for participants to stay abreast of developments in the evolving linen, uniform and facility services markets in Canada. 

Dr Karl Moore will deliver the keynote address at the summit. As an associate professor at MGill University’s Faculty of Management where he teaches graduate courses in strategy and leadership and has authored or edited 10 books. Dr. Moore will focus discussion on his most recent book ‘Generation Why – How Boomers Can Lead and Learn from Millennials and Gen Z’.

The summit will feature several general sessions on a wide variety of topics including:

  • Global Trade: Discussing the impact of taxes, duties and regulatory issues, multicultural and multilanguage issues and how to handle them in a linen, uniform and facility services plant.
  • Regulatory and Legislative Update
  • Operator Sustainability Panel that will cover best practices, the impact of certifications and the environmental focus looking forward.
  • Hot Topic Roundtable Discussions determined by attendees

The Summit will also consist of two Toronto-area plant tours including:

  • Topper Linen Supply with two building totaling 56,000 square feet
  • HLS Linen Services a 64,000 square foot plant specializing in healthcare

Tour attendees benefit by comparing processes, management techniques and tactics against their own and return home with additional ideas from conversations with colleagues and plant managers.

Registration is available online here