Factory to Warehouse to Locker Room Cleaning

Being in the commercial cleaning industry for 30 years, NLC Solutions has mastered the art of meeting the varied cleaning service needs of logistic companies in the Garden State. Our company understands that logistic companies need to follow and meet strict cleanliness requirements. That is why we, at NLC Solutions, make it a point to adhere to our protocol when it comes to keeping your facility clean and hygienic at all times.

NLC Solutions will make sure that your warehouse facility is at its cleanest, thereby eliminating any threats of goods being damaged or soiled. A clean work area is also healthier for workers and contributes to overall safety. Worker morale and productivity improves when restrooms, break rooms, and locker areas are clean and fresh. The job of shipping, storing, and distributing goods becomes easier.

Specialized services for warehouses

• Overhead storage, ceiling, and light fixture cleaning
• Dusting and wiping equipment
• Industrial vacuuming / air filtration
• Cleaning and sanitizing doors, handles and all contact surfaces
• Restroom cleaning and disinfecting
• Debris and trash removal/supply new liners
• Declutter floors and work surfaces as needed.
Your NLC Solutions team leader is always availble to take suggestions!


Warehouse cleaning tips from the pros at NLC Solutions:

Set regular cleaning goals

Don’t wait for dirt to be noticed. Regularly scheduled pick up, dusting, and washing keeps dirt and debris from accumulating and reveals damage, leaks, and other potential problems.

Keep trash under control

Overflowing trash cans will block your efforts at maintaining a clean, functioning warehouse.
It’s not finished until it’s clean

Keep basic cleaning tools handy

From trash cans to brooms, making quick cleanups easy adds to productivity.

Make cleaning a rule

Your assignment is not complete until the area is clear of debris.

Encourage employees to take pride in the look of their area.

From sweeping to picking up debris, wiping down equipment, and reorganizing materials, let workers know their contributions are valued.

First in, first out

Make sure your inventory rotates as deliveries come and go. A layer of dust on a carton usually means it will remain there until it is damaged or lost.