Press Releases

Prudential Overall Supply‘s press releases are intended to help educate our customers with Company information and current industry trends related to uniforms and textile rental programs for uniform rental, uniform lease, uniform purchase, cleanroom services, restroom product solutions, and reusable floor mats, towels and mops.

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14Oct

Prudential Overall Supply Receives VPP STAR Site Recognition for its Phoenix, Arizona Location

IRVINE, CA – October 14, 2021 The Arizona Division of Occupational Safety and Health Consultation Department presented Prudential Overall Supply with its VPP Designation on October 8, 2021. The Arizona Division of Occupational Safety and Health (ADOSH) Consultation Department presented Prudential Overall Supply, with its “STAR Site” designation through the Voluntary Protection Program, “VPP.” Companies and jobsites that are awarded...

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30Sep

New Peer-Reviewed Paper Reveals Savings of 58% When Cleanrooms Choose Resuable Garments

IRVINE, CA – September 30, 2021, Now published in the peer-reviewed PDA Journal of Pharmaceutical Science and Technology is the first economic impact report on cleanroom garments. The study was conducted for ARTA's Cleanroom Committee by Environmental Clarity (EC) and reveals that annually cleanrooms can save 58% on garment costs when they choose reusable garments versus disposable ones. ARTA began...

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17Sep

Prudential Overall Supply: A Model for ‘Green’ Operations

Prudential Overall Supply remains the largest U.S. uniform and facility services company to be TRSA Clean Green certified. The Irvine, CA-based operation received this distinction when the program began in 2012 and recently maintained it by earning its third three-year recertification. The achievement reflects the company’s continued dedication to operational efficiency and sustainability, reflected in its adherence to TRSA-designated water...

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03Aug

American Laundry News highlights our President, Chris Welch

When Chris Welch, president of Prudential Overall Supply based in Irvine, California, pictures a laundry leader, he envisions a person with a solid understanding of his/her customers and employees and what the company’s value proposition to both groups is. “I think it’s important to have clear channels of communication flowing in all directions within the business and encourage idea generation;...

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30Jul

Repurposing Textiles

Chris Welsch, the President of Prudential Overall Supply, discusses the company's commitment to sustainability through its Clean Green certification, and how its focus on eco-friendly practices led to its collaboration with Ambercycle, a TRSA supplier partner committed to reycling textile goods, led by CEO Shay Sethi. For more informatino about TRSA Clean Green certification, visit www.cleangreen.org.

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12Jul

ARTA Studies Pass Peer Review

The Safety of Reusable Textiles and the Economic Impact of Cleanroom Textiles A literature review on the safety of reusable textiles over the past 50 years and a study on the economic impact of reusable cleanroom textiles are the latest peer-reviewed placements. Two ARTA papers have been accepted via the peer-review process with publish dates TBD. Peer review is the...

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09Jul

PRUDENTIAL OVERALL SUPPLY ACHIEVS RANKING ON SELLING POWER’S ANNUAL “50 BEST COMPANIES TO SELL FOR” LIST in 2021

IRVINE, CA – July 9, 2021, Prudential Overall Supply, a leading company in the reusable textile industry, announced that it has ranked #4 on the Selling Power 50 Best Companies to Sell For 2021 List. This is the fourth consecutive year that Prudential has been recognized on this list. This is the 21st consecutive year the ranking has been published...

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06Jul

Laundry Employee Training in a COVID-19 World

Four experts talk effective training methods CHICAGO — David Griggs, general manager of Superior Linen Service’s Healthcare Division in Muskogee, Oklahoma, says two common issues that most laundries face are employee turnover and employee accidents. “While no program can completely stop either issue, you can go a long way toward solving these issues with a good continual employee training program,”...

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