Tulsa, Ok. – Linen King, a leading provider of healthcare laundry services in the south and central United States, recently announced the acquisition of a laundry processing facility in Ooltewah, Tennessee from Angelica. The acquisition adds the seventh laundry facility and 25 million pounds of processing capacity to Linen King’s network of plants across five states.


Ooltewah complements Linen King’s existing plant in Memphis, Tennessee and extends the Company’s full service capabilities into the southeast markets of Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina, and Kentucky.

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Linen King is pleased to announce that it has acquired a facility in Memphis, Tennessee. The facility, which expands on an existing eastern presence in the US, will allow Linen King to offer clients support and provide more service necessary to continue fueling growth.


Linen King’s new facility is located east of Linen King’s five plants in the Midwest, which includes facilities in Oklahoma, Arkansas, Missouri and Kansas.


Linen King processes more than 70 million pounds of textile products annually for hospitals and medical facilities. Founded in 1999, Linen King provides customized laundry care solutions for its clients. Linen King primarily serves the healthcare laundry sector, choosing to focus on large, acute-care health systems.

Linen King Management Team: (l/r) Gerald Snider, chief engineer; Preston Bringhurst, account manager; Leonard McCullough, founder and CEO; Keith Mateychick, corporate manager; Don Keene, account manager; Gary Hutchison, COO; Jay Betz, president and CFO; L.K. McCullough, founder and VP of operations; Patsy Skaggs, director of account management; Kevin English, director of sales and marketing; Richard Warren, general manager, Conway plant.


Tulsa, Ok. – Linen King, a Tulsa, OK-based regional provider of healthcare laundry services, formally opened a new 60,000-square-foot plant on Oct. 24 in Conway, AR. The new plant, which represents a $7.2 million investment, is capable of processing up to 30 million lbs. annually.

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