Saturday, January 19, 2019

Richard Jay Keeps it Clean with Move into Warewashing

Australia’s trusted name in commercial laundry, Richard Jay, now delivers fresh and innovative warewashing solutions under its new division, JayWare.

The family-owned business that launched in 1969 now offers an exclusive range of high-quality warewashing machines designed and manufactured in Italy to exacting European standards.

The Richard Jay team selects only the most rigorously tested and recommended warewashing machines that deliver premium results, knowing that clients’ primary concerns are performance, energy efficiency, sustainability and stylish design.

From the latest and greatest machines that wash as well as store your wares to simple glass-washing machines that provide sparkling, sparkling clean results in a flash, the all new JayWare range includes:

  • Undercounter professional dishwashers
  • Hooded machines with advanced features
  • Innovative wash & store machines

“Our aim with JayWare is to provide only the highest quality, most advanced solutions at competitive prices, structured in a way that suits our clients best,” says National Marketing Manager, Libby Baldwin.

The move into warewashing is a natural progression for Richard Jay that makes sense for so many reasons – there is considerable industry crossover with their long standing commercial laundry clients, and they have exclusive access to the world’s best machinery.

“Whether our clients are from hospitality, healthcare, aged care or the entertainment and leisure sector, we can equip them with high-performing warewashing solutions as well as our trusted commercial and industrial laundry range” – Libby Baldwin.  

As the only warewashing provider with a truly national footprint, Richard Jay can look after you no matter where you are in Australia. 

Get in Touch

Contact the Richard Jay sales team for more information on warewashing machines and solutions that suit your business.

Call 1300 RICHARD (742 427)

www.richardjay.com.au

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