Restaurant Supply Monarch Brands provides bar mop terry towels, aprons, napkins, and kitchen towels to Commercial laundries who deliver a linen rental service to restaurants and bars. The laundries deliver fresh supplies while picking up, washing, packing, linens every week.
Jan/San Distributor Supply The janitorial and sanitation (Jan/San) industry is ubiquitous, reaching into every office, institution, government building, entertainment venue, school, retail environment, transportation outlet. Monarch Brands primarily supplies microfiber mops and cloths, wipers and institutional towels to this market.
Environmental Services (EVS) focuses more on the health of the environment. This sub-section uses more rigorous health controls such as color-controlled microfiber mops and cloths to reduce cross-contamination, and is typically deployed in hospital systems, nursing homes, and other areas where occupants may be more susceptible to illness.
Hospitality & Resort Monarch Brands provides cleaning systems (microfiber mops, cloths & hardware) and guest towels, bed linens, pool towels and restaurant supplies (bar mops, napkins, aprons, etc.) to on-premise hotel laundries.
Industrial Supply Our wiping rags are a low-cost absorbent solution for industrial settings. We complement our wiping rag line with oil booms, pads, and Jan/San supplies. We also supply all grades of cheesecloth.
Specialty Monarch Brands is constantly helping specialized industries innovate their sanitation needs.
Eclipse Irregular Textiles
Traveling the globe in search of value.
Our Eclipse Towel line is a value terry line that features seconds and irregularities. These are collected from high-end towel mills around the globe. Savings on these will vary from 20-40% of first quality equivalents. We purchase all these items on an “open order” basis allowing us purchasing power to bring value-driven items directly to you. Towels may contain some small flaws that may not even be visible or obvious. Too many fly-yarns, a missing warp or weft thread, bowing construction, over-stitching, tiny perforations or color dyes that do not match the samples sold to the retailer, all are imperfects.