Reinvesting to better serve our customers and for better stewardship of our environment

2004 

Constructed a 50,000 sq. ft. Greenfield Healthcare Laundering Plant in Ravenna, Portage County, Ohio. The facility uses the latest washing, drying, and product handling technologies to maximize output and minimize resource consumption.

2007

Designed the purpose-driven, double-deck “super trailer” which doubled the capacity of the standard trailer and significantly reduced the carbon footprint of Paris’s over-the-road fleet. 

2009

Built a second 50,000 sq. ft. Greenfield laundering facility in DuBois, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania. This plant, based on the successful Ravenna, Ohio design, incorporates the latest advances in production efficiency, energy use, and resource conservation. 

Installed state-of-the-art production management systems in both the Ravenna and DuBois Healthcare production facilities. Wanting to integrate the most advanced processes, the system increased plant throughput and achieved further resource and energy efficiencies. 

2010

Expanded the Uniform Services division by 20,000 sq. ft. 

2009-2011

Lighting upgrades in all key production facilities completed, again reducing energy use and increasing employee comfort and productivity.

2011

RFID technology added for selective products to complement existing bar code accountability system.

A 17,000 sq. ft. addition to the DuBois Healthcare plant was built. Needed capacity was added via the most modern equipment available.

Additional “super-trailers” brought into service; more capacity and less pollution. 

2014

Paris Healthcare Linen Services and Paris Uniform Services awarded Clean Green® certification by TRSA, acknowledging that all Paris plants meet its high standards for environmental stewardship and energy conservation.

2016

Paris Healthcare Linen Services opens a 16,000 sq. ft. expansion at its Ravenna, OH plant, increasing service capability in Ohio and western Pennsylvania.

2018

Conversion of Paris Uniform Services delivery trucks to alternative fuels continues.  Nearly half of the fleet now runs on propane (LPG), displacing about 60,000 gallons of gasoline annually while significantly reducing greenhouse gas emissions.