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Company Overview of Meese, Inc.

Company Overview

Meese, Inc. designs, develops, and manufactures canvas carts and containers for the laundry industry. It also offers pedestals, columns, urns, and accessories. In addition, the company provides rugged globes, lampposts, and various lighting products. Further, it offers vacuum forming, powder coating, and sewing and metal fabrication services. The company serves food, healthcare, chemical, textile, and pool and spa industries. Meese, Inc. was founded in 1931 and is based in Ashtabula, Ohio. It has manufacturing facilities in La Mirada, California; Saddle Brook, New Jersey; Ashtabula, Ohio; and Madison, Indiana.

4920 State Road

Ashtabula, OH 44005

United States

Founded in 1931

Phone:

440-998-1202

Fax:

440-992-4667

Key Executives for Meese, Inc.

President
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

Meese, Inc. Key Developments

Meese Orbitron Dunne Co. Introduces First Bulk Linen Truck with Ergonomic Spring Platform to Reduce Bending, Reaching

Meese Orbitron Dunne Co. introduced First Bulk Linen Truck with Ergonomic spring platform to reduce bending, reaching. The new Poly-Trux 72ERgonomic bulk linen truck features the company’s signature, ergonomic spring platform that automatically rises as linens are removed. Bringing loose linens, loaded laundry bags and other goods to a comfortable working height, the 72ERgonomic bulk truck reduces repetitive bending and reaching into the cart, shortens the distance goods need to be lifted and minimizes the potential for workers’ compensation claims.

Meese Orbitron Dunne Co. Introduces Spring-Loaded Laundry Truck in Extra-Heavy Duty Model

Meese Orbitron Dunne Co. has introduced an extra-heavy duty model of its spring-loaded Poly-Trux® 28P-16 laundry feeder truck. Developed to help laundry managers specify the ideal feeder truck based on the type and weight of their linens upon reaching the finishing area, the extra-heavy duty 28P-16 feeder truck features a one-piece, rotationally molded cart bolstered with a rust-resistant, steel support to accommodate large loads of partially wet sheets, towels, napery and other flatwork in the cart’s original, slim profile design. The extra-heavy duty 28P-16 laundry cart includes the same rotomolded, spring-loaded, rising platform as its predecessor to promote ergonomic work positioning, reduce bending and reaching and minimize worker fatigue in flatwork finishing. The extra-heavy duty 28P-16 flatwork ironer cart is set atop a powder coated, steel base and includes four, premium, five-inch, non-marking, rubber Colson casters and a choice of colors as standard. Custom colors and permanent, molded-in tracking numbers, logos and graphics are among the options available.

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