Hydrofinity Announces Regional Sales and Service Partnerships for its Sustainable Laundry Solution

PROVIDENCE, R.I. — January 3, 2019— Hydrofinity (formerly known as Xeros), today announced that it signed a series of regional full-service sales and distribution service agreements across the United States for its sustainable near-waterless commercial laundry systems.

These partnerships follow on the agreements Hydrofinity signed with Eastern Laundry System (ELS) covering New England, New York and New Jersey and with Your Laundry Source in Georgia, who are covering their home state as well as Alabama and South Carolina.

Hydrofinity’s new regional sales and service partners include:

  • Viking Services, SAESPY and ECW – covering California;
  • Clean Source – covering Texas, Oklahoma and Arizona;
  • RJ Kool – covering the Midwest;
  • Industrial Laundry Systems – covering Florida;
  • Consolidated Laundries – covering Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina;
  • Tippett – covering Maryland and Delaware; and
  • Mill Creek – covering Pennsylvania.

These regional distributors will now service all existing and future Hydrofinity customers in the United States ensuring local support and service is of the highest standard and provided in a timely manner. These distributors will continue to stock and sell Hydrofinity commercial washing machines, featuring Xeros Technologies.

“These agreements in the US follow similar agreements recently signed covering China, Dubai and South Africa. They will enable our Hydrofinity business to increase revenues from a lower cost base while continuing to provide customers with excellent service,” said Mark Nichols, Chief Executive of Xeros.

Water scarcity is at a crisis level around the globe and traditional commercial laundry machines are notoriously wasteful, particularly when it comes to water and energy use. Hydrofinity’s near-waterless laundry systems allow hotels and commercial laundries to save water, energy and detergent on every wash load enabling a reduction of energy usage in laundry operations by up to 50%, and water usage by up to 80% – a truly sustainable solution.

Posted January 3, 2019

Source: Hydrofinity