Proud of our heritage and commitment to innovation
Fishers is a leading laundry and textile and workwear rental business that services the hospitality and other sectors across Scotland and the North East of England. We’re proud of our heritage and our commitment to innovation in equal measure and we draw on both to satisfy the needs of our customers and to anticipate how they can draw on the latest technological advances to superserve the needs of their own customers in turn.
We stick to our core family values
Fishers was established in 1900 in Aberfeldy, Scotland. It has been progressively managed for more than 100 years by five generations of the Fisher family. Still proudly independent today, Fishers employs more than 800 people across seven sites in Scotland and the North East of England. The company has grown and prospered by sticking to our core family values: serving customers with hard work, honesty and value for money.
We have continued to invest in the business across the last 10 years – a period when many of our competitors have stood still – and our laundry estate now boasts some of the most energy efficient and environmentally friendly facilities in the UK and Europe.
Local laundry - everywhere we go
We source all of our textiles from sustainable suppliers across the world and our unrivalled bedlinen range now includes Fishers ZHEN, our bespoke range of ‘luxury linen with intelligence’ with built in radio frequency identification (RFID) technology. The development of RFID is one of the most promising technological advances in recent years for the laundry industry. We now have the opportunity to track textiles like never before and provide unique insights for our customers.
This, combined with our network of laundries across Scotland and the North East of England, allows us to justifiably say: Local laundry – everywhere we go.
Fishers laundry launches project to capitalise on technological innovation
Fishers, the commercial laundry and textile rental business, has launched a Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) with the University of Strathclyde designed to help...