M+A Matting LLC, LaGrange, GA, has entered into an agreement to acquire the North American and European protective-matting businesses from Milliken & Co., according to a news release.
TRSA’s 2022 professional-development calendar has been published online and registrations will start opening for a range of events. Details can be found at www.trsa.org/events. Carefully crafted to appeal to senior executives as well as a broad range of plant management that includes general, maintenance, production, human resources, safety, marketing and sales, the professional-development events highlight TRSA’s commitment to strengthen, grow and promote the linen, uniform and facility services industry through the people who power it.
Penn Emblem Co., Trevose, PA, is celebrating the company’s 75th anniversary this year. October kicked off a month-long commemoration across three separate locations. Following the anniversary celebration in Philadelphia a few weeks ago, Penn Emblem honored its Mira Loma, CA, and Mexico facilities.
Ecolab Inc., St. Paul, MN, recently announced that Darrell R. Brown moved into the role of president and COO. Brown previously served as the company’s executive vice president and president, Global Industrial, according to a news release.
Over 115 linen, uniform and facility services industry operators representing 55 companies from the U.S. and Canada gathered in Fort Worth, TX, for two days of networking, education and fun. The annual conference, dubbed “AlliantCon,” is a forum for operators to discuss new technologies, exchange ideas and strategies and learn other new ways that operators can grow and manage their businesses.
Unitex International Inc., Duluth, GA, recently announced that Cintas Corp. has honored the textile manufacturer with a “Platinum Level Quality Performance Supplier” award for fiscal year 2022, according to a news release.
Tony Biela will take over as president of JENSEN USA, Panama City, FL, while Carlos Fernandes has been promoted to senior vice president of sales. Biela and Fernandes will succeed Simon Nield, effective Jan. 1, 2023.
It is rare to mark a company’s 75th year in business, but what is even more extraordinary is to celebrate such a prestigious anniversary while giving back to the community where the company first got its start – Philadelphia. Penn Emblem Co.’s milestone was celebrated with current and past employees, local small businesses and a few new, furry friends.