Laundry and Textile Service
industry trade organization
The Swedish Laundry Association is the Swedish laundry and textile service industry's industry organization and represents members in both dry cleaning and industrial laundry. The Laundry Association runs a continuous effort for a qualitatively competitive laundry industry. All our members are authorized with our T-Brand. This means that, through careful control and authorization process, they meet the criteria required to guarantee a business with good service and strong social responsibility. As a consumer, buyer or buyer you can therefore always feel safe when using an authorized T-labeled laundry.
of the entire industry's turnover is created by members of the Swedish Laundry Association.
We can now begin to summarize the results of many contacts with government representatives, parliamentary politicians, trade unions, authorities and interest groups, digital campaigns, debate articles and the Laundry Association's opinion-forming work in general. A part...
At a government meeting on 13 August, the inquiry SOU 2020: 5 was referred to the Law Council. The planning thereafter is a bill, parliamentary deliberations and introduction on 2021-01-01. This includes - washing at the laundry - water washing. Laundry, drying and other ...
Letter from the Laundry Association to Finance Minister Magdalena Andersson and Business Minister Ibrahim Baylan
The government's crisis action to reduce rental costs in particularly vulnerable sectors should be extended to include laundry and textile service companies in SNI code 96.011 Industrial and institutional laundry. In order to reduce the negative effects of the corona pandemic, the government should also accelerate the work of extending the RUT deduction to cover laundry outside the home according to the RUT inquiry's interim report Fi2020 / 00389 / S1.
ETSA: Textiles services severely impacted by Covid-19 / Large impact on the laundry and textile services sector in the ongoing pandemic
Impact of Covid-19 on textiles services business survey June 2020 in Belgium, France, Germany, the UK, USA and Switzerland.
- Berendsen first in Sweden to be certified against the UN's global goals
- She wins the new box deduction
- Berendsen invests heavily in sustainability - Örebro plant is switching to renewable fuel
- Ecolab Inc Ecolab Donates $ 5 Million in Response to COVID-19 Pandemic (Businesswire)
- The hospitality industry needs the laundries in Norrland
The autumn meeting begins again
About the T-Mark
The T-mark is a quality marking, which means that our members, after approved authorization checks, fulfill all our requirements for professional knowledge, good business enterprise and efficient use of resources.