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About YR Industries Pte Ltd

YR Industries Pte Ltd is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Singapore Corporation of Rehabilitative Enterprises (SCORE) that provides laundry and linen management services (Linen), Food & Business Solutions and transitional residential programme at its Selarang Halfway House (SHWH). 

  • Food & Business Solutions

    YRI-managed business units are supervised by staff to provide business solutions, goods and services for customers. Inmates are trained in the production process to meet customers’ stringent quality requirements and products are ship-to-stock to meet customers’ turnaround time.

    The strategic business units are:

  • Linen

We have two purpose built plants located at Changi Prison and Loyang to suit your laundry needs. In addition, we also possess operational capabilities that allow us to provide a unique and unparalleled total linen management services to our customers. We operate 365 days to meet our customers' demands. Our  laundry processes are robust and in compliance with ISO 9001:2015 standards. 

Commercial Laundry Services

We serve both the healthcare and hospitality sectors. We have extensive experience supporting the healthcare industry, providing laundry services for ward and operating theatre linen, ensuring compliance with infection control and accreditation standards. Our hospitality laundry services cover room linen, F&B linen, staff uniform and guest laundry. 

Linen Hire Services

We source and supply brand new linen at competitive prices so that our clients can reduce their setup costs of purchasing new linen. This linen cycles back to us after use; we will sort, clean, dry, fold or iron it, and return it to you. Special care is taken to ensure high quality is in place. 

Linen Management System

We provide the latest RFID technology to help you manage your linen inventory. 

  • Selarang Halfway House

Managed under YR Industries Pte Ltd, Selarang Halfway House (SHWH) is a secular residential, step-down facility set up to offer a  transitional residential programme as part of the Mandatory Aftercare Scheme (MAS). SHWH commenced operations since January 2017.

Adopting a multi-pronged approach anchored upon relevant theories and evidenced-based practices, SHWH aims to provide appropriate supervision, and facilitate the gradual reintegration of its residents by easing their transition from prison to community. Through its regime and programmes, SHWH focuses on strengthening key reintegration factors such as accommodation, employment, family and social support, and pro-social leisure and recreation. SHWH hopes to prevent re-offending by developing relapse prevention plans with these ex-offenders in a realistic community setting.