MEESE DESIGNS AND MANUFACTURES ROTOMOLDED PLASTIC
Meese has an unwavering commitment to safety, quality, innovation and personal service. Originally founded as Meese Inc. in 1931, the company utilizes a sophisticated rotational molding system, producing superior plastic products for industries such as laundry, recycling, material handling, and recreation, as well as for emerging industries such as e-scrap, agriculture, fishing, and manufacturing.
With five plants located throughout the United States, the process of developing and designing bulk laundry carts routinely earns awards for excellence in safety, design innovation and rotomolding skills. A member of the Tingue family of companies, Meese is well-known for pioneering the design and development of canvas carts and basket trucks for the laundry industry and later upgrading the carts as rotationally molded plastic carts and baskets.
Starting with the classic 72P to the ergonomic, spring-loaded carts (28P16, 25P18, 25P24, 25P30), to the durable and lockable biohazard carts (70P and 72P Biohazard-Trux), to the secure outdoor carts (the Linen Locker), Meese continues to innovate with a non-stop flow of new product introductions. For example, Meese recently unveiled the 72 ERGO, a laundry cart developed with ergonomics and safety in mind to make loading and unloading of linens, laundry bags and other goods easier and safer for team members thereby reducing he number of workers comp claims. Meese also created the Linen Locker, a durable, waterproof, lockable, outdoor-indoor storage container that protects linens from the elements and from theft. And the 70P and 72P Biohazard carts are designed for safe use where biohazardous waste can be a threat.
Some of Meese’s Innovative Products Include:
72 Ergo Poly-Trux
The Linen Locker
25P30 Spring PlatformUtility-Trux
25P24 Spring Platform Utility-Trux
28P16 Ironer Feed-Trux
28P18 Ironer Feed-Trux
Meese not only serves some of the largest and most respected laundry companies but also operates in a wide range of markets serving a vast and diverse list of customers. Meese operates 25 rotomolding machines in five plants, fields a team of outside sales representatives who cover the continent, and ranks as the 18th largest rotational molder in North America by Plastics News.
As custom plastics rotational molders, Meese executives co-founded ARM (the Association of Rotational Molders) and often earns awards for excellence in safety, design and manufacturing from their peers.
For more information visit www.meese-inc.com or call (800) 829-4535