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GE Appliances Enters Commercial Laundry Market

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — GE Appliances, a Haier company, reports it is entering the commercial laundry space with new “WiFi-enabled, easy-to-use and powerful” front-load and top-load washers and dryers.

By integrating advanced technology solutions throughout the entire laundry cycle, business owners and property managers can offer customers a “seamless experience that’s rooted in convenience,” the company says, adding that it applied the same level of care, innovation and technology to its commercial products as its well-known high-quality consumer laundry machines.

“At GE Appliances, we never rest on products that just meet expectations, we drive beyond to uncover new opportunities to bring breakthrough solutions to new industries,” says Peter Pepe, vice president of Clothes Care at GE Appliances. “We know that business owners are always looking for new ways to remain efficient, productive and profitable while providing high-quality products to a wide range of customers. With our new line of commercial laundry products, we’re offering enterprises the opportunity to deliver exceptional performance in a compact form factor.”

The product portfolio features three top-load machines, including a 4.2-cubic-foot Commercial Washer, a 7.4-cubic-foot Commercial Electric Dryer and a 7.4-cubic-foot Commercial Gas Dryer.

For owners who prefer front-load machines, a 22-pound-capacity Commercial Washer and a 7.7-cubic-foot Electric Dryer will be available in summer 2022, and a 7.7-cubic-foot Commercial Gas Dryer will debut in fall 2022, the company says.

An onboard management system will help owners manage and monitor connected fleets across properties without having to be on-premise. The equipment will also feature an app-based coinless pay system.

More information about the rollout is available at the company’s commercial laundry webpage.

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