June 14, 2019 | Hospitality

As a leader in the hospitality space, Morgan Services understands the needs of our customers when it comes to inventory management. Making sure you have the correct amount of table linens at your disposal on a given day is critical to the success of your business. Too much and you’re running out of storage space. Too little and your banquet service falters. That’s why we take pride in our inventory management solutions – ensuring your linens are tracked efficiently so you always have plenty of product on hand until your next delivery.

Assured Stock Availability Program

As part of our inventory management solutions, Morgan Services has made a commitment to a program we call “Assured Stock Availability” (ASA) – sometimes referred to as “safety stock.” Safety stock is an additional stock of linens that is used as a buffer to make sure you’ll never run out at an inopportune time. By making sure you always have a little bit more inventory on hand than you usually need in a week, you’re prepared for anything – a surprise event, severe weather or even natural disasters that might delay the next inventory delivery.

New Handheld Device

In addition to our Assured Stock Availability program, Morgan Services is making other changes to ensure we are on top of inventory supplies. Starting this summer, our service reps will come to each linen delivery appointment equipped with a handheld device that is linked to our customers’ account. In the event that the customer wants to make adjustments to their delivery for the following week, these changes will be logged on the spot and made in real-time. Gone are the days of clumsy paper forms that are hard to track and have the potential to be lost or damaged. These new devices allow our team to make changes on the fly, making sure your requests are properly logged and take effect right away.

Seasonal Inventory Changes

This new tool can be extremely useful as we move into the summertime, when private events or banquets may be held in hospitality spaces that require more inventory that usual. These seasonal changes to inventory needs will be easier than ever for the Morgan team to track and provide to our customers – giving them the flexibility necessary as seasons change.

Cost-Conscious Inventory

By maintaining a close eye on your inventory, with the help of Morgan Services inventory management solutions, you can work to make your table linens as cost-efficient as possible. Between our Assured Stock Availability program and our ability to make real-time changes to delivery instructions, we work with our customers to ensure total inventory management that is cost-conscious every step of the way.

May 29, 2019 | Hospitality

Picture this: you’re headed out to a restaurant for dinner on Friday night. You’re with a group of friends and you’re celebrating a birthday or maybe an anniversary. You’ve had your eye on the new restaurant that just opened in your neighborhood - you’ve heard the food is delicious and the service is great. After making a reservation, you show up on Friday night and see that it has… paper tablecloths.

No big deal, right?

But suddenly the evening feels less special. You had your heart set on a nice dinner and great service, and now it’s feeling a little lackluster.

You’re not alone. A recent survey states that U.S. consumers associate cloth table settings with:

  • 88% better service
  • 75% better food quality
  • 82% better appearance and ambiance
  • 84% environmentally friendly practices

Paper alternatives just don’t have the same pizzazz.

Benefits of Linen Table Settings

Consumers’ preference toward linen tablecloths isn’t that surprising. They have a ton of additional benefits:

1. They elevate the restaurant’s décor.

It seems like a small thing, but linen tablecloths can bring a new ambiance to a restaurant. They make a restaurant seem elegant, and as such, patrons are oftentimes willing to spend slightly more money on their entrees. The allure of a white tablecloth meal is a real thing.

2. They help trap spills.

It doesn’t matter how upscale a restaurant is – spills can happen anywhere. And when they do, it’s important to contain them as quickly as possible so as not to cause more mess or ruin a diner’s clothing. Linen tablecloths can soak up spilled drinks so that they are confined and don’t run off the table onto the floor or a patron’s lap.  

3. They help the environment.

Did you know that, on average, restaurant patrons use 3 paper napkins per meal? Investing in reusable linen tablecloths and napkins helps to reduce the amount of paper products that end up in landfills. And, they can be easily laundered and restocked so you always have a fresh supply.

4. They help absorb sound.

Have you ever been out to eat at a restaurant that is so loud you can’t enjoy a conversation with the people at your table? Linen tablecloths can help absorb noise in a restaurant, bringing the overall volume down and making it easier for patrons to enjoy their meals.

Make a Change

If you’re a restaurant owner, consider making the change from paper or vinyl tablecloths to linen. It’s a simple change, and it can make a big difference in the dining experience you offer. Learn more about Morgan Services’ full line of restaurant table linens that bring elegance, durability and value to restaurants nationwide.

May 21, 2019 | Healthcare

It is said that hospitals are no place for sick people. When you look at statistics for patients who receive infections during a hospital stay, you’ll understand why. Every year in the U.S., an estimated 1.7 million patients acquire infections while in the hospital, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

The White Coat

Some of these deaths may be attributed to the very clothes doctors wear, specifically their white coats, or lab coats. Although it has long been a symbol of the profession, doctors themselves are calling for an end to the practice of wearing them because they can carry pathogens from patient to patient as they make their rounds. Adding to the problem is that the coats do not receive professional laundering on a regular basis, sometimes going months between cleanings. Bacteria such as MRSA and CRE, known as superbugs because of their resistance to medication, can survive up to 56 days on the average white coat.

The scope of the problem goes beyond hospitals, however. Transfer of bacteria is prevalent in all types of nursing facilities and health clinics. And it’s not just the doctors who are transferring pathogens. Because they have adopted the habit of wearing lab coats that don’t receive regular cleaning, nurses and many other health care workers are spreading bacteria and viruses between patients.

Status Symbol

Some doctors have decided to forego wearing a white coat as a means of containing the problem. For others, the jacket symbolizes a type of “rank” that they have worked long and hard to be able to wear. Some also feel that their coats are no more harmful than the street clothes they wear beneath the coats. Besides being a status symbol, the coat is a handy place to stash pens, eyeglasses and tools of the trade, such as a stethoscope.

Lab coats also provide the added benefit of putting a patient’s mind at ease. A recent study showed that patient satisfaction can increase if their physician is wearing a lab coat. Lab coats projects authority, expertise, and confidence, and many patients feel more comfortable with a doctor who is dressed the part.

Additionally, healthcare workers have many colors and patterns to choose from in today’s scrubs, the standard industry clothing. Some facilities have taken to having workers wear lab coats over their scrubs to display a more uniform and professional appearance. For facilities that prefer the coats, as well as those who wish to retain the status symbol or convenience of wearing them, professional laundering services offer a solution to help contain the spread of pathogens to patients.

Industry Standards

The Healthcare Laundry Accreditation Council (HLAC) is an organization that sets hygienic standards for laundry used in healthcare settings. To become accredited, members such as hospitals, clinics and doctors’ offices must meet standards that cover a range of processes, from handling and transportation to laundering and delivery of that laundry to the client. The layout of a laundry facility, employee training methods and even customer service are additional areas that come under accreditation standards, as well as compliance with OSHA requirements.

For more information on how professional laundering of lab coats can help you contain the risk of cross-infecting patients, contact Morgan Healthcare, who specialize in healthcare laundering. Ask about our Lab Coat Program and how you can benefit.

May 2, 2019 | Hospitality

Interested in revamping the look of the bathrooms at your business, but hesitant to incur the expense of a full remodel? A matching line of new bathroom dispensers is a great way to provide an inexpensive face lift to the bathrooms at your restaurant, café, gym or spa. Available in a variety of colors, these bathroom dispensers can be embossed with your logo to maintain your branding throughout your entire facility.

Unlike our competitors who put their logos on the bathroom dispensers, we wanted to provide this opportunity to our clients so they can take advantage of an easy, effective marketing solution. More than just a sticker, an embossed logo helps to elevate the décor in your bathrooms and add a touch of color.

Morgan Services Logo Dispenser Color Options

Color options for bathroom dispensers include:

  • Black
  • White
  • Blue
  • Red

This unique offering from Morgan Services – all part of our new facility service solutions – is a small but cost-conscious solution to giving your facilities a branded facelift. Take it from one of our customers at Generoasta Coffee: “We love the look of the dispensers and they really fit with the decor of the restrooms. The design process couldn’t have been simpler and we were pleasantly surprised by the low cost. It’s nice to see our brand throughout the whole café space.”

Morgan Logo Dispenser optionsLogo customization is available for the following bathroom dispensers:

  • Paper towel holders:
    • Electronic Hardwound
    • Auto-Cut
  • Bath tissue holders:
    • Twin Jumbo
    • Small Core
  • Hand soap containers:
    • Manual Soap
    • Auto Soap

We’ve partnered with RL Williams to make sure creating a logo dispenser for your facility is as easy as can be. Follow these steps:

  • Download and fill out our Logo Design Request Form
  • Attach a high-resolution image file (300 dpi or higher) of your company’s logo
  • Submit the form and artwork to
    • Note: Designs require about 10 business days to produce. Submissions under 10 days cannot be guaranteed.
  • Once the design is completed, you’ll receive a “proof” of the design for your approval. If everything looks good, send it back and we’ll proceed with production!

Take advantage of this design opportunity to expand your brand presence at your business. Contact us with any questions.

April 25, 2019 | Healthcare

According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, about 1 in 31 hospital patients has at least one healthcare-associated infection. The stats are so high that in 2009, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services put forth a five-year action plan to help reduce the number of hospital acquired infections, or HAIs, that occur in American hospitals. We’re now 10 years into the plan and we’re moving in the right direction. However, consistent and comprehensive preventative measures need to be implemented at all healthcare facilities to ensure this number remains low.

Microfiber Super MopThat’s where Morgan Services comes in. At Morgan Healthcare, we understand the importance of a properly cleaned hospital room to help reduce the risk of hospital acquired infection. Things like proper laundering and thorough mopping are critical to reducing the instance of infections and ensuring good patient care. As part of our efforts to combat infection, we’ve developed the Morgan Microfiber Program where our “Super Mop” is a high performer.

Benefits of the exclusive Morgan Services “Super Mop”:

  • Denser, thicker mop pad
  • Picks up more contaminants
  • Can be used wet or dry and is able to eliminate dust mopping prior to wet mopping
  • Single use per room eliminates potential for cross-contamination
  • Reduces water and chemical usage by 70%

“Since switching to the Super Mop Program, our floors have never been cleaner, and our staff always has enough mops on hand to do the job right.” - Steward Healthcare, Massachusetts

Because of the Super Mop’s denser mop pad design, it has been proven to be especially effective. In fact, we’re so confident in the Super Mop’s success that we’ve provided training for proper usage. Begin by viewing our Microfiber Training video, and follow up with a member of our staff to learn more about effective cleaning techniques.

As part of our Microfiber Program, hospitals receive a weekly shipment of mop pads and microfiber cloths that are tracked using radio-frequency identification (RFID). We help maintain a constant inventory at your facility - picking up and replacing dirty cloths with new ones that have been laundered to the highest standards. This total commitment to cleanliness is what has granted many of our facilities the Healthcare Laundry Accreditation Council’s HLAC certification.

Contact us for more information

Interested in joining our Microfiber Program and reaping the benefits of the Super Mop at your facility? Contact one of our sales reps to learn more.

March 25, 2019 | Hospitality

Chef coats have long been worn in commercial kitchens. Often made with double-thick material, a chef coat helps to protect chefs and line cooks from common dangers, like hot grease and steam. In high-end restaurants and those with open kitchens, the chef coat also helps to elevate the professional appearance of the kitchen staff.

But let’s face it – though necessary, chef coats make you hot.

According to OSHA, kitchen temperatures can get up to 110 degrees when chefs and line cooks are working in front of hot grills – any time of the year.  Cooks often find themselves taking frequent trips to the walk-in refrigerator for temporary relief from the heat.

So how do you maintain the professional appearance and safety benefits of a chef coat and keep cool? Morgan has the answer: mesh.

Mesh chef coats from Regent are designed for comfort without sacrificing the advantages of a traditional chef coat.

Download our brochure for more information about the Morgan Hospitality Mesh Coats.


March 15, 2019 | Healthcare

The problem

Maintaining scrub inventory is a huge issue for hospitals, with thousands of dollars spent annually filling inventory gaps due to lost and stolen scrubs. In fact, studies show 40% of scrub usage comes from unauthorized users. Low inventory and open linen carts make it harder for physicians to get the scrubs they need when they need them.

The solution

Morgan Healthcare has teamed up with scrubXchange to offer the most comprehensive scrub program available. The secure scrubXchange dispenser provides scrubs in 10 seconds, faster than any other high-capacity scrub dispensers. And the professionals at Morgan Healthcare launder, deliver, and load the dispenser, taking the day-to-day burden off your shoulders.

scrubXchange provides a multitude of benefits:

  • Quality scrubs are provided to promote a professional appearance to patients and visitors

  • Scrubs are always available when they are needed

  • Scrubs are always laundered and processed according to national standards for healthcare  

Better service

The scrubXchange program from Morgan Healthcare reduces labor for your hospital staff while increasing physician satisfaction.

Lower costs

The automated dispenser deducts and adds user credits as scrubs are removed and returned. This ensures scrubs are returned and virtually eliminates scrub losses and the extra charges that come with it.

Infection prevention

Enclosing scrubs in a secure dispenser drives compliance with AORN Guidelines for Surgical Attire, helping reduce the risk of surgical site infections.


Download our brochure for more information about the Morgan Healthcare scrubXchange program.