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A busy laundry needs to be able to move and store large volumes of garments and linen with both ease and speed. Well-designed trolleys, cages and pallets are at the heart of the smooth running of a laundry operation and they enable staff to move large quantities safely and efficiently. Adam Bernstein examines the market and looks at the latest developments.

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DRM Industrial Fabrics Ltd
Richard Hoyle, sales director for DRM Industrial Fabrics Ltd, considers the hamper trolley an integral part of the packing and distribution of flat work, sheets, pillowcases, duvet covers and anything that has to be folded, kept flat and crease free. DRM’s version of the hamper trolley has, says Hoyle, been designed with a packing shelf positioned 56cm from the floor – “this is the average height required to ensure the user avoids excessive bending whilst packing the hamper.” He adds that DRM can change the design to suit individual requirements such as adding different heights of hooks for multiple hamper bags. The hamper also features four nonmarking castors that allow ease of movement around the packing room.

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