- Tingue Welcomes Mayor to National Sales Meetiing
- New Tingue Name Integrates Laundry Icons Tingue, Brown & Co. and Talley Machinery As One Company
- MODRoto Names J.R. Ryan to Lead 16th Largest Rotational Molder
- Tingue, Brown & Co. Promotes Ty Acton to Vice President Sales, Laundry Divisions
- Tingue, Brown & Co. Celebrates Grand Opening Of Canadian Division
- Laundry Cart Manufacturer Meese Orbitron Dunne Co. Changes Name to MODRoto
- Laundry, Textile Rental Expert J.R. Ryan Launches New Company
- Tingue, Brown & Co. Celebrates 110th Anniversary
- Talley Machinery Acquires Laundry Equipment Manufacturer Norman Control
- Lean Enterprise Accelerates Deliveries, Aids Accuracy And Ensures Inventory Availability For Laundry Product Supplier
- Tingue, Brown & Co. Installs 640 Rooftop Solar Panels And Cuts Energy Costs By 50%
- Talley Machinery Named Exclusive Distributor of Maxi-Press Extractor Membranes
- Plastics Molder Celebrates Start-Up of First Automated Rotational Molding System Serving Western USA
- Tingue, Brown & Co. Named To Represent Energenics Dust And Lint Control Equipment
- Tingue, Brown & Co. Celebrates Launch Of Asian Division
- Custom Molding Firm Earns "Product Of The Year" And "Best Large Part" At Annual Rotomolding Competition
- Tingue, Brown & Co. Educational Sessions Focus On Safety, New Technology And Product Quality At Annual Conference
- Plastics Design And Manufacturing Authority Reveals Considerations For Investing In Automation At Rotomould 2008 Presentation
- Bullish American Plastics Manufacturer Purchases Automated Rotational Molding System
Innovative Ironer Products Powered Growth, A Key To Longevity
Saddle Brook, NJ: When William J. Tingue and William E. Brown formed Tingue, Brown & Co. in New York in 1902, the Yankees were still called the Baltimore Orioles, the first movie theater had just opened its doors and paper dollars were still redeemed for gold at the U.S. Treasury. Though much has changed in the 110 years since the company’s founding, the core values, the product innovations and the focus on service to the laundry industry remain staunchly the same. Integrity, loyalty and ingenuity set a strong foundation that enabled many good people to thrive in and grow the company, according to David Tingue, fourth-generation CEO of the closely-knit, family-owned and operated laundry product supplier. “Frankly, we’re busy trying to focus on today, on one customer at a time, one laundry at a time and then at the end of the year, we realize another year has gone by and hopefully we can look back and feel proud of our efforts and the results,” says Tingue. “That we’re still doing this after 110 years is both humbling and gratifying.”
Originally launched offering specialty felts, aprons and accessories for ironers during the infancy of the commercial laundry industry, Tingue, Brown & Co. devised, developed and often patented a host of product innovations to suit the many flatwork ironers and other machines then coming on the market, earning renown for their quality and the expertise of its representatives. That proven formula lives on today as “Team Tingue” continues to roll out new products that help laundries worldwide boost finish quality, reduce energy consumption and support safety programs, among other objectives, while providing expert, personal service and on-site installation. “As long as we move forward with this level of knowledge, dedication and commitment to customer service then I feel we’ll be prepared for whatever the next 110 years may bring,” says Tingue.
Team Tingue today also encompasses laundry cart manufacturer Meese Orbitron Dunne Co., Ashtabula, Ohio and laundry machine parts and equipment manufacturer Talley Machinery, Greensboro, N.C., also founded in 1902.
For more information, contact Ty Acton, National Sales Manager, Tingue, Brown & Co., 309 Dividend Drive, Peachtree City, GA 30269 USA; 800.829.3864; Fax 770.486.0975; email@example.com; www.TingueBrownCo.com.