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Contact: Bob Wolff
The Drucker Group
Lavatec Wins Bid Project for U.S. Military Base
Beacon Falls, CT – October 29, 2015 – Lavatec Laundry Technology, Inc. has been awarded a contract by the U. S. Government to provide new laundry equipment to the Camp Kinser airbase in Okinawa, Japan. Camp Kinser serves as a major logistics facility and is one of nine United States Marine Corps bases located on the Japanese island.
Lavatec will replace two, 110-lb. module tunnel washers and 10 dryers along with an extraction press and centrifuge that have been in place for more than 20 years. Lavatec partnered with ETECH to install a clean side rail system that will be completely new, while the soiled side will be modified as part of the installation. The equipment is scheduled for delivery in February and installation is expected to be complete by the end of the first quarter.
"This is terrific news and we are proud to be awarded this project," said Keith Ware, Lavatec Vice President of Sales. "The Camp Kinser project involved a very detailed and selective bid process with the camp’s purchasing group. Having operated our tunnels for the past 20 years, the laundry team was well aware of the durability and efficiency of our Lavatec equipment. We are very satisfied with their decision and looking forward to completing delivery and installation requirements."
About Lavatec Laundry Technology, Inc.
Delivering dependable commercial laundry equipment engineered for higher returns throughout their lifecycles has been the Lavatec Laundry Technology (LLT) mantra for nearly three decades. Some LLT-manufactured equipment has been on the job for more than a quarter century. A rarity among manufacturers of continuous tunnel washers, LLT offers center transfer, bottom transfer and double-drum construction options, plus a full range of readily integrated, end-to-end laundry system components: washer extractors, extraction presses, centrifuges, dryers, conveyor systems, pickers, feeders, ironers and folders. Simple design, durable construction, user-friendly operation and low maintenance are hallmarks of LLT machines. A global leader with equipment in laundry operations throughout Europe, the Far East, South and North America, in the United States alone, over 6,000 LLT machines are in place. For additional information, visit www.LLTusa.com.