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Meese. Committed to Quality and the Environment

Meese, a pioneer in the design and development of plastic products, delivers ergonomically-designed, anti-microbial rotomolded plastic solutions for linen transport, material handling, and storage. Meese customers get quality solutions made with sophisticated molding systems.

Our manufacturing process uses advanced equipment and tools, resulting in consistent, quality products and an industry-leading product warranty program.

At Meese, we are also committed to doing our part for the environment. For example:

1. Meese products are 100% recyclable. Our products are built to last but, when you are done with them, please recycle.

2. We also offer a fully recycled plastic cart option for any customer who is interested in going that route. Please reach out to our sales team for more information on this option @ customerservice@meeseinc.com.

3. Meese carts are made utilizing High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) compared to Linear Low Density Polyethylene (LLDPE). Using HDPE means our carts are lighter and stronger than other carts utilizing LLDPE or Metal. When trucks are transporting loads, lighter-weight trucks can significantly help with fuel economy during transport, which in turn supports green initiatives.*

To check out our complete line of carts and trucks, please go to https://www.meese-inc.com/shop/

To get more info about Meese products, reach out to the sales team @

Eastern US and Canada, Dave McHugh, dmchugh@meeseinc.com,

Central US and Canada, David Quinney, dquinney@meeseinc.com,

Western US & Canada, Steve Knox, sknox@meeseinc.com,

*Choosing lighter-weight tractor and trailer components can reduce truck weight by thousands, reducing 3000 pounds from a heavy truck could save between 200 and 500 gallons of fuels each year, according to Smart Way. A 10% weight reduction can yield from 5% to 10% fuel savings. This leads to a .8% to a 1.6% fuel savings for a truck carrying 45 carts at 25 pounds less per cart. Engineering to training, truck operators have a range of options to improve MPG. July 1, 2011 Debrah Whistler, Fleet Owner