How to manage textiles in micro laundry factories?

HUIJIE is a small laundry plant in Shenzhen with 3 trucks, 4 washing machines and 1 ironing machine. 
Through our cooperation, HUIJIE got 10 more hotel customers and the price of new orders increased by 10%. At the same time, through the Internet of Things technology, the boss of the factory can see daily order details on the mobile phone, also avoid the disputes with customers for lack of textiles problem, they can close the case with reasonable compensation.
Large and medium-sized laundry plants in large cities are not short of orders. With their current capacity, they have been slowly optimizing their customers to get more orders. The owners of medium and large washing plants often cannot take care of so many different customers, so they leave room for small washing plants to survive.
Huijie is a relatively small washing plant in a big city. Despite the fact that customers are not so impressed with the laundry quality, but they also have their own weapon-“service” which is based on damaging their own interests. When hotels report lost or damaged linen and they would pay for it as soon as possible. This has become headache for the washing plant bosses, because they also needs to bear the compensation even the towels stolen by hotel guests. This is unfair, but in order to win more orders, the bosses can only use “better service” as their competitiveness. 
By helping them upgrade their system with IoT technology, they have implanted our laundry tags on all their the linen for all customers. First, they started with one logistics line by purchasing 2 multi-channel readers and 1 UHF desktop reader for manual sorting, equipping 1 hand-held reader for the truck. We got very good feedback for the systym soon. Even hotels which have not yet implant chips contacted the washing plant, hoping to introduce the Internet of Things technology as soon as possible.