Innovative solutions for the controlled distribution and tracking of textiles

Available in North America
White Line - ABG Systems - Product for Hospitals and Healtcare Structures in North America and Canada

Save up to 40% of your uniform costs

The RFid Difference

By utilizing RFid tags to track the textile distribution and logistic process, you will gain the ability to generate unique data about each textile asset, while also enjoying an unparalleled level of real-time inventory oversight. This will help you improve the overall efficiency of the logistic process and drive cost savings

      • Integration of dispenser software with laundry ERP
      • Conduct complete inventory counts in a matter of seconds
      • Track the usage of each individual textile to maximize lifespan
      • Ensure that the specific uniform that was used is returned
      • Track losses and damage back to the end users
      • Our RFid system allows for first-in-first-out logic (FIFO) to ensure equal wear of all uniforms

How can automated distribution help make the scrub distribution process more hygienic?

  1. Hospital scrubs are traditionally stocked on open shelves, and employees are free to rummage through the stacks of scrubs as they look for the uniform of their size with the least wear and tear. This raises concerns about potential uniform contamination, especially in a healthcare setting. With automated distribution, this risk can be greatly mitigated by restricting scrub access and limiting unnecessary handling. The soiled collecting system will also help ensure that soiled scrubs are kept in an enclosed container, away from other employees and their belongings.
  2. Hospital scrubs can be transmission vehicles for bacteria. It is not uncommon to see hospital staff wearing their scrubs in public places like cafes, public transport, etc. Regardless of whether the hospital or the employees are tasked with washing the uniforms, hospital uniforms should not be worn outside of the healthcare facility, as this introduces the possibility of contaminating public areas. By using a system that incentivises employees to return their scrubs in a soiled collector in order to regain their uniform credit for the following day, this risk can be greatly reduced.

Where will I save money?

There are 3 main areas where you will generate cost savings

  1. Reduction of losses | our customers have reduced textile losses by up to 90% with our equipment
  2. Reduction of Inventory Levels | in order to avoid the possibility of shortages, organizations tend to keep excessive stocks of textiles on hand. With a loss minimizing system that provides full inventory transparency and limits uniform use to authorized users, you will be able to reduce your overall inventory levels to the quantity that is truly needed to run your day-to-day operations.
  3. Reduction in laundering costs | The more textiles you use, the higher your laundering costs. By reducing the textile usage in your facility, you will save on laundering costs!

Why is automated distribution important?

In large facilities that use and manage thousands of valuable textiles each day, it is crucial that they have a system that provides real-time inventory oversight. Otherwise, they will have limited ways of:

      • Knowing exactly how many textiles they have in stock and in circulation
      • Tracking losses and holding employees accountable
      • Tracking usage trends to optimize inventory levels and eliminate excess stock
      • Knowing when to restock distribution rooms to ensure that clean uniforms of all sizes will always be readily available
      • Improving the timeliness of orders to eliminate the possibility of shortages
      • Ensuring the uniform distribution process conforms with infection prevention protocols