Mission Statement

To provide our members with technical and practical support ensuring commercial and retail customers receive
the best possible experience and quality of service in the textile care industry.

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Textile Care Federation Conference 2016

Our September Conference is the big news for the next couple of months.

All members should have received the invite email and relevant registration forms and information in their inboxes by now.

If you haven't you click the links below to access this information.

http://eepurl.com/b7wl-r  - Delegate Invitation

Please see the links below for downloads and sponsor information.


For any queries please email Deedee

Filterfab Award

Now open to all Textile Care Federation members.

The objective of the award is to recognise and reward the achievements of that individual and to further develop the career path of that individual within the laundry industry.

The winner will receive a 10 day ‘all expenses paid’ round the world trip, taking in visits to overseas laundries, manufacturers, an International Trade Show (TBA) and a visit to Filterfab’s parent company in England.

The Textile Care Federation of New Zealand has been invited to organise the nationwide selection process and is currently seeking nominations from employers for suitable candidates.

Download the application form and competition inform below, if you have any other questions please contact Deedee.


  1. To promote, aid, foster, develop and protect the interests of the laundry and/or dry cleaning industry in New Zealand by whatsoever means the Federation considers appropriate.
  2. To secure to the trade and the Federation all the advantages of mutual support including employment relations matters.
  3. To create a feeling of unity amongst members of the industry throughout New Zealand.
  4. To support the principle of private ownership in the industry.
  5. To commit to understanding and managing environmental impacts and sustainability across our industry with the goal of continual improvement. To comply with the relevant environmental legislation and regulations.
  6. To do all other such things as may appear necessary or desirable or incidental or conducive to the attainment of the above objects or any of them.