UNIFORM RENTAL SERVICES FOR SCRANTON, PA
Enjoy low weekly rental costs, pick-up, cleaning and complete deliveries.
Work Apparel and Industrial Uniforms with Laundry Service
OUR UNIFORM RENTAL SYSTEM
Choose Dempsey and enjoy three unique benefits:
Highest Quality Products
Does your team wear uniforms that properly reflect and enhance your brand image? Or are they faded, worn, or torn?
At Dempsey, we leverage technologies, like our Certified Single-Source Supplier™, PalmPC™ and JenView™ systems, to provide quality products that improve your company image. We start with well-known RedKap brand uniforms, clean them with the most advanced equipment in our Certified Hygienically Clean laundry facility, and use interactive touch screens to ensure meticulous inspection.
Most Reliable Deliveries
We understand how uniform shortages frustrate employees and waste valuable management time.
At Dempsey, we leverage technologies, like our SmartScan™ uniform tracking and PalmPC™ systems, to ensure complete and accurate deliveries of all the garments that comprise each individual’s uniforms. This helps eliminate human sorting errors and return thousands of uniforms to the correct employees.
Lowest Total Cost
We know uniform invoices can be confusing. After all, how can you tell if an extra charge is legitimate or if a team member really lost his uniform?
At Dempsey, we leverage CustomerPortal™ technology and our PricingPact™ guarantee to create a program that fits your budget and stays there. Helpful online tools ensure billing transparency and, since your route rep is paid hourly instead of on commission, he’s able to keep your best interests in mind at all times.
Scranton, PA Businesses trust Dempsey.
Dempsey Uniform & Linen Supply is a top-rated uniform rental company and an approved COSTARS supplier. A full-service solution, we offer commercial laundry service for uniforms, work shirts, work pants, workwear, towels, and more. Uniformed employees and third-party contractors make your company appear more professional in the office, in the factory, on location, and on the road. Depend on Dempsey for HVAC uniforms, uniforms for gas/oil employees, uniforms for service consultants, uniforms for service technicians, uniforms for plumbers and electricians, uniforms for maintenance workers, and uniform laundry services.
Dempsey’s experienced team members handle your orders efficiently and reliably inside our $18 million commercial laundry facility, recognized nationally for its state-of-the art processing systems. Integration of cutting-edge technology helps us solve problems companies typically experience with other uniform suppliers. With Dempsey as your partner, you can concentrate on your business while our uniform rental and laundry service runs seamlessly in the background.
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The area that eventually became Scranton was originally settled in 1778 by Isaac Tripp, mostly as a demonstration that the area was actually safe for settling. The house he built, Tripp House, has been restored to how it would have looked after its 1812 renovation. For a time, the entire area was called Slocum Hollow, after Jonathan Slocum, the husband of Isaac’s daughter, Ruth.
Selden T. and George W. Scranton came later, and they built a nail mill which failed due to the poor quality of the local iron ore. Facing bankruptcy, they made their own opportunity. At the time, railroads were forced to depend on English companies for steel rails, since no American company could manage to produce them. Construction of the Erie railroad in New York had even been delayed because the English firms were already producing at capacity. The Scrantons, in a surprise move, successfully bid on the contract to supply the T-rails. After acquiring the contract, they had to figure out how to actually make rails, how to build the factories to produce them, and how to build a rail line of their own to transport the product to Erie. Their success in the bold enterprise put the Scrantons, and the city named after them, on the map.
By the end of the Civil War, the Lackawanna Iron & Steel Company had produced more iron than any other place in the country. By 1888, the Lackawanna furnaces made more than 125,000 tons of pig iron, used to make train rails and other items. Today, the remnants of the massive operation of the Scranton family’s Lackawanna Iron & Steel Company are preserved as The Scranton Iron Furnaces historic site.
Just a couple of blocks away from the Furnaces is the Steamtown National Historic Site, featuring a train museum preserving knowledge of the steam train era. Built at a real train yard of the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad, Steamtown is comprised of thirteen railroad buildings, dating from 1865 to 1937. The original buildings represent the full spectrum of the steam era train industry. The museum itself is located inside a reconstruction of the original roundhouse and locomotive repair shops, with additions that make the area look much as it did in its heyday.
Coal mining is also a major part of Scranton’s history. At the Lackawanna Coal Mine Tour, visitors can don a hard hat, climb aboard a train car, and descend 300 feet into a real coal mine, much the same way miners did more than a century ago. Once underground, the hour-long tour explores the mine, with the structures and artifacts still in place, as if it were still in operation. A tour guide explains the methods of the day, the shocking lack of safety provisions, and the dangers of early coal mining.
A smaller but interesting segment of industry in Scranton is record pressing. The Scranton Button Co., founded in 1885, began manufacturing phonograph records in the 1920s. Many record labels used the company, including Pathé, Emerson, Brunswick, Melotone, and others until it was renamed and eventually acquired by Capitol Records. Pressed vinyl phonograph records continued to be made in Scranton until the advent of CDs.
In 1962, businessman Alex Grass opened his “Thrif D Discount Center,” a drugstore on Lackawanna Avenue in downtown Scranton. The tiny store was an immediate success, and eventually grew into the Rite Aid national drugstore chain, still headquartered in nearby Wilkes-Barre. Dempsey Uniform & Linen Supply serves a wide variety of retail, commercial, and industrial customers throughout the Scranton-Wilkes-Barre region including Kelly Motors, Jiffy Lube, and the Lackawanna County Transit System.