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NEWS

Please find below the latest news from the TSA and our industry, plus updates from our members and partners.

Laundry Cost Index: 2020/2021 FYQ3
Laundry Cost Index Please see our latest published Laundry Cost Index for 2020/2021 FYQ3 below. FYQ3 constitutes data for October, November and December 2020 months as per the latest release
Update from the TSA Chief Executive
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Christeyns Staff Support Local Food Bank
8 January 2021 Staff at local hygiene chemicals manufacturer Christeyns UK helped support the Bradford Metropolitan Food Bank with donations over the festive period. Throughout the month of December, staff
Sunak Snub for Hospitality Supply Chain
TSA Fury as Laundries get Ready for Closures – Twelve months of hell for the hospitality laundry sector Despite growing awareness of the hospitality supply chain, and its importance to
Industry Insights for Students from Christeyns
4 January 2021 Local hygiene chemicals manufacturer Christeyns UK has been giving some first hand advice and support to local students working on their City & Guilds Level 2 Diploma.
Hospitality Laundry Industry Unites in Plea to Government
An un-merry Christmas caps desperate year  UK hospitality laundries have wished the government Merry Christmas – and begged politicians not to forget just how desperate the industry’s plight is.  The
Update from the TSA Chief Executive
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‘KILLER CASH FLOW’ COULD DESTROY UK LAUNDRIES AND COST 24,000 JOBS
Final nail in coffin as government continues to ignore hospitality laundries  “Dire.”  That’s the current state of the commercial laundries servicing the hospitality market, according to the Textile Services Association
GOVERNMENT GREEN LIGHT FOR REUSABLE PPE GOWNS COULD SAVE NHS £1BN+ A YEAR
TSA welcomes DHSC decision after months of lobbying, but warns it’s a ‘slow burner’   After months of lobbying by the Textile Services Association (TSA), the Department of Health and