Aramark Opens New Processing Facility
Aramark, a global leader in food, facilities management and uniforms, is increasing its capacity to provide cleanroom services to customers throughout the Southwest with its new 34,350 square foot processing plant in McKinney, Texas. Over the next 3 years, the new operation is expected to create approximately 120 new local jobs.
“This expansion is designed to drive innovation and improve the speed of service for our growing cleanroom service customer base in the Southwest,” said Brad Drummond, Chief Operating Officer for Aramark’s Uniform business. “The McKinney processing facility is the second recent expansion of our cleanroom service capacity, as we opened a smaller, but similar plant in April 2015, in Toronto.”
Aramark is an industry leader in supplying sterile garments and contamination control supplies, serving critical environments in the pharmaceutical, medical device, microelectronics, semiconductor, and aerospace manufacturing industries.
The company offers innovative products for cleanroom environments such as the Aramark Acuity Goggle® which retains visual clarity after sterilization, MicronSwep™ a ceiling to floor microfiber cleaning system, and CleanTrak™, a proprietary inventory control system that tracks the history of every garment from first use, to repairs and expected last date of use.
All of Aramark’s cleanroom processing facilities are International Organization for Standardization Class 5 certified, and use a proprietary wash formula with deionized water to help ensure garments meet Institute of Environmental Sciences and Technology recommendations.
A global leader in the industry, Aramark provides uniform rental and uniform leasing services to more than 300,000 customer accounts nationwide from more than 225 service locations and distribution centers across the United States. Aramark's full-service employee uniform solution includes design, sourcing and manufacturing, customization, cleaning, maintenance, and delivery.
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