Our reputation for efficiency, reliability and trustworthiness has led us to win many tenders for linen and uniform services to state government and semi-government authorities in the greater Sydney area. We are proud to support the Australian Defence Forces, including the Army, Navy, Air Force and visiting vessels, with specialised comprehensive laundry and dry cleaning.
Our uniform unit has the capacity to launder or dry clean dress uniforms in substantial quantities and the Sunshine Care Guarantee means careful individual attention is given to fibre care and impeccable presentation.
The protective clothing for fire brigades and emergency services has to withstand very specific challenges and therefore it is handled with special care. In order to ensure efficient cleaning that is appropriate for the textiles whilst maintaining the important safety and protective functions, the clothing must be cleaned gently and also re-proofed in time.
Running an in house laundry service when it comes to emergency services can run up costs into the millions of dollars. There is no need for capital investments in the service and our charges are significantly cheaper than the processing costs of running an in house laundry.
Using Sunshine’s rental and laundry expertise and systems allows defence and emergency services to gain a far greater insight into their linen usage, highlighting areas of possible overuse and changing practices when necessary.
Because we know how important speedy service and high hygiene standards are for this sector, we are committed to being at the forefront of innovation in the laundry industry. We are constantly reviewing the latest technology and looking for ways we can utilise this to enhance the services we offer.
Our dedicated team ensures our customers have full flexibility when it comes to emergency requests and bespoke requirements so our defence and emergency services are always fully prepared for the next challenge. Sunshine’s fleet of service vehicles includes vans and trucks and all delivery service staff have ongoing security clearance – a requirement for access to the premises of sensitive government bodies.