Meese has always been a leader in the roto-molding industry.

Meese is known for being the first person to design and make canvas carts and basket trucks for the laundry industry. Later, he improved the carts by making them out of rotationally molded plastic. In the early 1970s, Meese put in the first plastic laundry carts. Meese came up with the famous and often copied 72P. Meese protected the name Poly-Trux® as a trademark. Meese was the first rotomolded company in North America to buy fully automated rotational molding systems. In 2008, the company bought two "Leonardo" machines. Meese rotomolding machines make parts more quickly and with less waste. They can also control very tight tolerances. Meese has put money into using High-Density Polyethylene, making its products more robust, lighter, and safer than many competitors.

Meese keeps making new products and coming up with new ideas.

Meese’s line of anti-microbial carts, Silva-Trux, offers a more enhanced layer of protection to their carts. This technology has been applied to create the 70P Silva-Trux, 72P Silva-Trux, 90P Silva-Trux, 92P Silva-Trux, and 101P Silva-Trux. These new carts are infused with an anti-microbial agent that protects carts from deterioration caused by mold and mildew and guards against odors and stains from microbial growth. Meese created a new and innovative product, the Linen Locker, to provide a secure, waterproof, and safe indoor/outdoor collection of bulk items. Meese made the 72 ERGO, designed for safer and easier performance in the workplace, dramatically minimizing the potential for injuries and workers’ compensation claims. See our other ergonomically-designed products on our ERGO product page. Meese created FDA-approved X-Ray metal detectable containers for safer use in the food processing industry. Meese’s Pool Shot line includes top-quality, rugged, outdoor recreational products for home and business use. Meese’s full P291 bulk container now has the UN/DOT certification for secure storage and transport of regulated and unregulated materials.

Meese's innovations have won much praise in engineering, design, custom molding, safety, and the development of new products.

Meese won Design of the Year and Conversion of the Year. Meese was awarded the Safety Award from ARM (the Association of Rotational Molders) in 2018. TRSA awarded Meese a Safety Award in 2019 and 2020 for ergonomically-focused products aimed at eliminating various common workplace injuries in laundries. Meese has certification for both EPA and CARB fuel tanks. The Meese's in-house award-winning design and product engineering team designs and manufactures superior products using rotationally molded plastic to replace heavier, weaker, and more expensive materials like metal, wood, fiberglass, and others.

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Key Features to Consider when buying Meese

Capacity and Size: Ensure the cart's dimensions and volume meet your daily operational needs without compromising space.
Durability: Look for high-quality materials that promise longevity and can withstand the rigors of daily use.
Maneuverability: Opt for carts with smooth, easy-to-navigate wheels suitable for all your hotel spaces.
Ergonomic Design: A cart that prioritizes ergonomics reduces strain on your staff, enhancing productivity.
Customization Options: Meese carts often come with customizable options to fit specific needs, such as color coding and branding.

Frequently Asked Questions about Meese

What are the best shelf trucks to use?

The best shelf truck to use depends on your specific needs. However, top-shelf trucks and three-shelf rolling carts are highly versatile and popular for various tasks within a hotel.

What type of bulk truck is best for storage?

The best type of bulk truck for storage depends on your specific needs. However, plastic bulk box trucks are a popular choice due to their durability and high load capacity.

What is the difference between utility carts and linen carts?

Utility carts are versatile and can be used for a variety of tasks, while linen carts are specifically designed to transport linens.