Xanitos Inc.

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Xanitos is a management company that provides hospital housekeeping, patient transport, and central laundries services. It is differentiated by its patented XRO System for cleaning patient rooms, its outstanding operations management team, and by being a private company whose priority is giving top quality service, believing that by so doing, profits will follow.

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