Mike Cuers, Burgundy Laundry Technology (Australia and New Zealand) has been introducing Brecht Gaillez from Lapauw, Belgium, to clients across Australia and New Zealand.

Brecht Gaillez from Lapauw, Belgium, is spending two weeks visiting key customers across Australia, covering Western Australia, S.E. Queensland and a side trip to New Zealand, with Mike Cuers.

This follows up the first visit made by Lapauw Owner and President, Mr Phillippe De’heygere, in April last year and further illustrates Lapauw’s increased commitment to both the Australian and New Zealand markets for the extensive range of quality laundry equipment manufactured exclusively in Belgium. Lapauw is the oldest manufacturer of Laundry Flatwork Ironers in the world today, having manufactured their first Flat Work Ironer in 1944.

Mike Cuers of Burgundy Laundry Technology is obviously very proud to represent the company, and he told the “National” …“Lapauw has clearly shown their innovation and industry leading designs with quality ironing over the past seventy one years. Innovations such as the first manufacturer to produce self-contained gas heated hot oil ironers, and now the revolutionary Turbo Fan concept offering the most efficient self-contained ironer available on the world market, further illustrate these key elements. There are already 5 of these ironers operating successfully in Australia.

The revolutionary Lapauw Medi Wave Barrier Washing machines, along with Lapauw Hot Stream Tunnel Finishers, continue the exciting innovation trend. Both types of machines have been in the Lapauw catalogue for many years. Over the past two years they have been upgraded and extensively redesigned with the Lapauw strategy of “Beyond Innovation” and a desire to constantly improve.

This strategy focuses on key areas of Utility Consumptions, Ergonomics and Production Efficiencies coupled with Space Efficiency, but of course without losing touch with the legendary Lapauw strength and reliability.

To the delight of their customers across the world Lapauw also offer “Open Source Policy” with spare parts. What this means in practice is very few O.E.M. (Original Equipment Manufactured) parts, which ensure the lowest “Cost To Own”: a customer is able to purchase many parts locally saving time and money. Extremely important across the life of a machine.

Mike Cuers and the Lapauw team invite you to visit them at Booth #3756 at the CleanShow in Atlanta.