Laundry Line – Taking Care of Your Chores

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The Wait is Over! Mangaluru will have Sparkling Clean Linen, and you’ll find it at “Laundry Line”- a unit of Yenepoya Group. And for the First time in India, Laundry Collection points have started in association with Indian Oil across Karnataka, and in Mangaluru the laundry drop off kiosks have been set up at various Indian Oil Pump stations, to name a few- at Kadri, Mannagudda, Jeppu and Deralakatte. Yes, Laundry Line will be taking care of your Chores for sure!

Mangaluru: Addressing the media persons during the press meet held at Mangalore Press Club, Ravi Khandige, the General Manager of Laundry Line briefing about Laundry Line and the new laundry collection points said, ” For the first time in India, Laundry Collection points are being started in association with Indian Oil across Karnataka, and right now in Mangaluru we have already set up these laundry collections kiosks at Indian Oil Pump stations located at Kadri, Mannagudda, Jeppu and Deralaklatte. These clothes drop off kiosks will be very much convenient for the people on the go, where they can drop off their clothes and pick them at their conveniences. We deal with products such as-General Linen (linen uniforms and garments) of Hotels and hostels; Retail dry-cleaning, laundering and pressing; and Hospital Linen Section-including sheets, blankets and Terry items and patient apparels”.


Also speaking during the press meet, Yenepoya Moideen Khurshid, the Director of Yenepoya Group said, ” At Laundry Line, our team of professionals is unmatched in their knowledge and expertise in the laundry and linen service industry. In addition to providing high quality linen processing, we partner with our members to enhance services and reduce their operating costs. From Steam Press to Dry cleaning, Care has also been taken at our factory to be environmentally friendly and safe wash practices are followed. Our’s is a fully automatic and state-of-the-laundry dry cleaning facility, which is of its first kind in Mangaluru”.




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A Brief Overview Of The Yenepoya Group:

The Yenepoya Group of Companies, established in 1940, by the late Yenepoya Moideen Kunhi, at Ashoknagar, on the banks of the river Gurupur, today is a business conglomerate spanning a plethora of diversified business and service activities. A progressive organization with over 3,000 employees under its wings, and a machinery perfectly integrated with professionalism as the keystone of a remarkable success story spanning across six decades, the Yenepoya Group has developed into one of South India’s foremost and highly reputed industrial groups.

The humble beginning with timber and trade has spread its roots to cover wood and allied industries; commerce and industry; hospitality & healthcare; Education & Educational Institutions and more. From timber, veneers, wood products, transport, chemicals and resins, minerals and granites, hotels (the Taj Manjarun, now Gateway), hospitals and mineral water to the Yenepoya University – the growth has been eventful and encouraging. For the Yenepoya Group, it has never been about doing different things but doing things differently. And it shows.

With activities spread across the country and the global scenario. Its’ business relations span several developed countries, including Europe, Middle East, U.S., Russia, Hong Kong, Singapore, Papua New Guinea, Australia and the Ivory Coast.The Group’s record growth has been one of the continuous improvement and evolution – taking measured risks, making timely entries into commercially important and viable areas, investing in enterprises which are multi-dimensional in scope and capable of rapid growth, pursuing a strategy based on value addition and minimizing involvement in areas in which the proportional return on investment is low – thus achieving its objectives of enhanced productivity, whilst providing an open and flexible framework for expansion.

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  1. Good thinking. In any case there is no dearth for dirty linen in kudla. I am not sure if it is a good idea to have hospital laundry along with domestic. I hope they keep the prices not very low as the risk of having all sorts of laundry mixed up.

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