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Work Apparel and Industrial Uniforms with Laundry Service


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.

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Most Reliable Deliveries

We understand how uniform shortages frustrate employees and waste valuable management time.

At Dempsey, we leverage technologies, like our SmartScan™ and PalmPC™ systems, to ensure complete and accurate deliveries of all the garments that comprise each individual’s uniforms. Our Automatic Garment Sortation System utilizes small RFID chips, embedded in each uniform, to eliminate human sorting errors and return thousands of uniforms to the correct employees.

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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.

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Lancaster, 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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Three reasons why top companies choose us...

Familiy Owned Business


We’ll treat you like one of the family.

Technology focused


Our Technology = Seamless Service

Excellent Reputation


Our excellent reputation is earned.

Dempsey Uniform is a highly respected industry leader.

Dempsey respected by industry leaders
Dempsey Respected By Industry Leaders

Although it’s Best Known for Agriculture, Lancaster has a Surprisingly Large and Expanding Manufacturing Footprint

Lancaster, Pennsylvania, is most immediately associated with the Amish, as the city and surrounding Lancaster County are home to a large population as well as the thriving tourist business that has grown up around them. However, there’s much more to it!

Lancaster was part of the original Penn’s Woods Charter, for which Pennsylvania is named. Incorporated as a borough in 1742 and as a city in 1818, Lancaster was one of the earliest “inland towns” of the new colonies, an historic peer to Albany, New York, Hartford, Connecticut, and Springfield, Massachusetts. It is named in honor of the English House of Lancaster, one of three belligerents – and the ultimate victor – in the War of the Roses. The House of Lancaster’s symbol is a red Rose (while an opponent in the War, The House of York, used a white rose) and over the years, this image has become embedded in many regional and municipal logos.

From its earliest days, Lancaster has been home to inventors and manufacturing titans who helped shape American history. The “conestoga wagon” was built there, as was the “Pennsylvania long rifle.” Franklin W. Woolworth invented the five and dime discount variety store that flourished for decades under his name, and continues today as Foot Locker. Armstrong Cork of Pittsburgh opened a factory in Lancaster in 1909 to produce linoleum flooring, and the business is still in operation to this day.

R.R. Donnelly, originally a map company, produced paper maps and globes in Lancaster in the largest custom cartography facility in the country. Nowadays, the company operates a business that incorporates routing technology with digital map databases and is known internationally as MapQuest. Dart Container Co., the world’s largest manufacturer of foam cups and other polystyrene products, has a manufacturing facility in Lancaster and is one of the region’s largest employers. After a $1 billion acquisition in 2012, Dart took ownership of the Solo brand. As a business community grows, so to does its need for reliable, high quality suppliers. Dempsey Linen & Uniform Supply is proud to support a number of area companies including Kegal’s Produce, Midas Auto Service, and K&W Tire.

The Burle Business Park in Lancaster is named for Burle Industries, a company that opened in 1942 as a U.S. Navy electronics research facility. After World War II, it was acquired by RCA and then spun off after General Electric purchased it in 1986. Although designated as a brownfield site, Burle industries performed a voluntary cleanup under the Pennsylvania Land Recycling Program. Burle continued to build photomultipliers in Lancaster until 2009, when the company that had acquired it in 2005, Photonis, shut it down.