Cody Milch recently joined Laundrylux® as OPL LESS Product Manager. “I am delighted that Cody has joined the Company,” states Neal Milch, CEO, “and particularly pleased that we have initiated entry of the third generation into the commercial laundry business following myself and our founder Bernard Milch. Cody’s sister, Julia, may be joining too after completing her MBA.”
Neal continues, “Cody is playing a key role in LESS business development. Laundrylux will revolutionize the industry when we introduce “LESS” technology and new Generation 7 models at Clean ‘13. Customers will be able to participate in live LESS demonstrations and see for themselves the future of OPL. The new Generation 7 Wascomat & Electrolux coin models continue our legendary leadership.”
According to Cody, “Laundrylux is a unique platform for the distribution, marketing, technical support, and financing of commercial products throughout North America. There is no independent company of comparable scope and strength like Laundrylux anywhere in the world. The major investments we have made in state-of-the-art ERP systems, professional sales training, greatly expanded sales staff, distributor development, and innovative technology are paying off – and I want to be an integral part of this long-term success story.”
“Our commitment of tens of millions of dollars to the financing of coin-op & OPL equipment is a key growth driver in the highly competitive markets we serve, and a powerful advantage because we have unmatched financial strength and entrepreneurial drive.”
Cody Milch will focus on the On-Premises Laundry (OPL) market which is experiencing rapid growth under the leadership of Kim Shady, Senior VP of OPL and National Accounts.
States industry veteran Shady, “I’m delighted to have ‘the boss’s son’ on my team. This is a wonderful endorsement of our strategy and our commitment to deploy whatever resources are necessary to drive high growth rates in OPL. I have no doubt that Cody, who has already run his own successful business for two years, will make an invaluable contribution to Laundrylux and the industry in the years ahead.
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