Wholesale Foodservice Supply
Monarch Brands provides bulk bar mop terry towels, spun poly and cotton-poly twill aprons, bulk bistro and solid napkins, and kitchen towels to commercial laundries, foodservice suppliers, and major restaurant e-commerce platforms. We are have recently quadrupled our wholesale foodservice offerings and are excited to bring you more foodservice and retail offerings in the future. If you have a special request we will work with you to develop and private label your new SKU.
Wholesale Janitorial Supply
Monarch Brands is known for supplying bulk microfiber cloths, mops, and hardware to Janitorial and Sanitation (JanSan) Distributors. We have the capacity to ship containers of bulk microfiber mops to national distribution centers, truck pallets of bulk rags to regional chains, and blind drop ship a pack of microfiber cloths directly to your customers. Our JanSan lines evolve with the times. For example, in response to COVID-19, we developed lines of non-woven pre-soaked disinfectant wipes and SilverSure antimicrobial treated microfiber cloths. We private label wholesale microfiber cloths for several companies, and can do so for you.
Wholesale Textile Rental
Monarch Brands wholesale textile rental lines are sought after by commercial laundries due to their longevity and quality. For instance, our bulk institutional towels blend the strength of a poly ground with the softness of 100% ring-spun cotton. We carry several weights and qualities of bar mops in five color stripes, often private labeling for larger textile rental companies. SmartChoice microfiber mops are available in light-weight foam-filled mops (for high-loss environments) to microfiber-filled mops that last 500 washes. Our Mariposa napery marries spun poly filament with spun poly to achieve a perfect balance of price and quality. Ask our laundry experts to work with you. We’ll recommend samples for you to put through the wringer, then provide you with an affordable program.
Wholesale Hospitality Supply
Supplying bale packed bulk institutional towels to hotels is what got us started in the linen business. We understand that making the best white towel isn’t necessarily about making the plushest, most massive towel. It’s about providing excellent choices for the budget. We work with our customers to offer towels that balance lifecycle with comfort. Our towel lines have grown to include wholesale institutional white towel cartons, 100% cotton colored towels, specialist gym towels, makeup removal towels, and sheets.
Wholesale Industrial Supply
Wholesale industrial supply is our wheelhouse. We started in the bulk rag business and were one of the first companies to implement a private label wiper program. We re-purpose millions of pounds of used textile products annually. These items are generated from used clothing or discarded institutional textile use. All products are cut and inspected by hand. We have expanded since the early days, offering several woven rags, retail packed products, bulk microfiber cloths, and mops, as well as all textiles necessary to keep the wheels of industry turning. Ask our industrial supply professionals about developing an MRO program today.
Since 2014 Monarch Brands has made its retail program vertical a priority. We hired rug and towel specialists with first-hand mill relationships, bolstered the marketing and design department, and manage a healthy new product development program. We work with department store chains to develop trending kitchen towels, bath towels, and microfiber products. The warehouse has evolved with a sizable pick and pack area to handle blind dropshipping for national chains. Our e-commerce department has established MAP for every SKU that’s available to be sold online. Talk to us about developing a retail or e-commerce program today.
Spun poly napkins, Bistro napkins, bib aprons, bistro aprons, waist aprons, spun poly table linen, bulk and retail bar mops, kitchen towels and cheesecloth.
Wholesale Restaurant Supply
According to the U.S. Travel Association travelers spent $232.2B on lodging alone in 2018. This means that 1.76MM nights were spent in resorts, extended stay suites, motels, hotels, and spas. That’s a lot of rooms.