Work Uniform Blog

A Day at the Beach and Suddenly the Barcode is Everywhere

Norman Joseph Woodland is said to have sketched out the idea for the first barcode in sand, while sitting on a Florida beach in 1949, sparking a transformation of the way entire industries track their products, their processes and their inventory.

It just goes to show you that the concept of “a day at the beach” is lost on some people.

Still, thanks to Woodland, his co-inventor Bernard Silver, and a forward-thinking supermarket executive who drove the evolution of Woodland’s idea into the pattern of stripes found on everything from hospital patients’ i.d. bracelets to airline boarding passes, people …

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Work Uniform Company Case Study: Electrical Firm

Work Uniform Company Case Study: Electrical Firm

The Roscoe Company recently landed an electrical firm that has purchased flame resistant uniforms and utilizes our work uniform laundry service. Read on to learn why they turned to Roscoe over their previous work uniform supplier and the new level of service they now enjoy.

Flame Resistant Work Uniform Laundry Service

Our new client is over 100 years old and designs, builds and maintains electrical power, natural gas distribution and telecommunications systems. Though we offer a rental service, this customer purchased work uniforms that are flame resistant with some also featuring enhanced visibility.

We now service four of their …

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How to Handle Shortages

John comes into work on Thursday at the Widget Company and finds that he only has one more uniform shirt, but his delivery day is not until Tuesday. What is John to do as he has the responsibility to maintain the image and professionalism of the company?

Described above is an example of shortages in the rental textile industry and the negative effects it can have on a business. Shortages are just one of the common issues companies renting textiles and garments may face. Over the course of the next few months, the other five issues will be discussed on …

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