Mamafua Laundromatic has officially launched its operations in Nairobi, setting up its first base along Lang’ata Road as it plans to open 5 more in the near future.
Giving his remarks at the launch of Mamafua laundromatic director Jack Shihundu, Said, “We are more than happy to open our flagship branch in Langata and offer long-lasting laundry solutions in this neighborhood. More affordable services from as low as Kes 1,000 for a 7 Kilogram of laundry.
We will be open 7 days a week, 8.00 am-8.00 pm and have placed measures in place to ensure that our customers receive back their laundry within 24 hours at no extra cost”.
The laundromat caters to the needs of the densely populated neighborhoods in Langata, where many are yet to have washing machines in their homes or want alternative everyday washing done conveniently.
Besides, an experience at the laundromat is designed to ease the time consumed while washing clothes which denies most people quality time that would be better spent with loved ones or traveling for business.
Besides, it has a fleet of branded vans and motorbikes that coordinate the movement of customer laundry from their homes to the laundromat to improve service delivery and customer experience. Its set-up has been designed to offer customers a more brilliant, safer way of doing laundry while serving both single individuals and working couples with families.
As part of its expansion plans, the laundromat seeks to open five more branches across the country by the end of the first quarter of 2023 and have 10 more branches across Rwanda, Uganda, and Tanzania by the end of 2023.
The launch was in partnership with LG Electronics which delivered a commercial dryer that uses high-temperature air to sanitize clothes of germs and bacteria. LG’s laundromat technology also comes with a digital app that allows customers to monitor the progress of their laundry remotely and make a pick-or-drop call. The shop operators can also manage their business off-site in real-time and promptly track and resolve technical issues.