Tingue is a global organization encompassing manufacturing, distribution, installation, and marketing of hundreds of practical, innovative products for commercial laundries and a wide range of other markets.
Tingue, Brown and company was formed in 1902 by William J. Tingue to service the laundry industry. With each successive generation, the Tingue name and brand became increasingly recognized as symbols of integrity, loyalty, and ingenuity as one product innovation followed another. In the 1970s, Tingue pioneered the use of rotationally molded plastics in laundry, material handling, and other industries. The 1991 acquisition of Talley Machinery Corporation, a laundry parts and equipment manufacturer founded in 1902, marked the merging of two revered organizations that had helped drive the growth and modernization of the commercial laundry industry for more than a century.
Today, Tingue continues to thrive as a closely knit, family-owned and operated organization. Led by CEO David Tingue, Tingue's thriving operations include plastics molding, metal fabrication and machining, textile converting, product design and development, and a host of other services. With hundreds of skilled, dedicated people and a never-ending commitment to research and development, Tingue consistently delivers on the golden reputation it has built since its founding in 1902.