Standard Textile: Experience and Quality
Standard Textile is an international textile company. We believe that our main commitment is the need to help our clients succeed by developing innovative technologies to create high-quality textile products, both in hospitality and health care.
In our work we are guided by four rules: concept, development, result, implementation. Conscious desire for innovation combines production and the consumer into one, to help design the most unique products in complexity.
Standard Textile has a branched structure: the head office is located in Cincinnati, Ohio (USA) and distribution centers, enterprises and plants of full and partial cycles, located throughout the world from the countries of the Asia-Pacific region, Europe to the countries of Northern and Latin America. The largest production sites / facilities are in America and China.
Production in Linyi, China, built in 2006. The company managed to create not only one of the largest production sites for 500 jobs with a capacity of 79,000 square meters of textile products, but also the most technologically advanced to date. This was achieved due to the fact that the, America, Japan and China, who made automated machines specifically for our technological features of production, became suppliers of equipment.
The plant in Linyi supplies products to Asia, Europe, Russia, and also fulfills part of the orders coming from America. You may know that Standard Textile manufactures bed linen and makhra in Belgium or France, but only fabric from China comes in there, and fabric finishing and tailoring of finished products take place directly in these countries.
During our many years of experience, we were able to build close relationships with such large hotel chains as ACCOR, Starwood, Hilton, IHG, Hyatt, MGM. A great deal of work has been done with the ACCOR network. In particular, a brand book was developed for them with their own parameters. It is based on Centium Core technology, due to which hotels can use their laundry longer than usual on average by 30–40%, which, as a result, allows spending less to spend money on its renewal and continuous operation. Around the world, wherever the ACCOR hotel opens, it will work on our textiles.
Our largest project in Asia is the Sheraton Grand Macao Hotel with 4000 rooms. We have fully equipped the hotel, ranging from napkins in the restaurant, ending with towels in the rooms. Marina Bay Sands in Singapore also works on our bedding and towels. For about five years, our company tried to build relationships with this customer, now the hotel with 2500 rooms is our client.
We started working in Russia since last year. Slowly but surely, we are moving towards our intended goals. Of course, the hotel business in Russia has its own specifics, but our company is ready for any difficulties associated with entering a new market.