Laundry Cart Line Upgraded to HDPE as Standard

Meese Features Durable, Virgin HDPE Plastic

Madison, IN: Laundry cart manufacturer Meese, Madison, IN (, is now offering its entire line of bulk linen carts, shelf carts, flare trucks, utility trucks and other laundry handling carts in durable, 100% high-density polyethylene (HDPE) plastic as standard at no extra charge. An upgrade versus carts molded in other materials such as low-density polyethylene (LDPE), ABS and fiberglass, the Poly-Trux(R) laundry carts in HDPE deliver increased strength and rigidity to accommodate increasing payload demands without bowing or collapsing yet at a lighter weight to save on fuel costs and provide ergonomic benefits for workers.

Offering a wide range of sizes, shapes and configurations to suit every laundry processing and transportation requirement, the Poly-Trux laundry cart line features rotationally molded, one-piece cart bodies set on sturdy, rust-resistant, powder-coated support bases on premium, industrial-strength casters. The expansive laundry cart line first earned acclaim for the pioneering 72P bulk laundry cart, which proved the value of using rotationally molded plastics in laundry handling for its strength, smooth texture, chemical resistance and immunity to rust. Today, Meese is a member of the Tingue family of companies and ranks as the 16th largest rotational molder in North America by Plastics News out of the top 100 rotational molders.

For more information, contact Meese at 1745 Cragmont St., Madison, IN 47250; 1-800-829-4535; FAX 812.273.1878; or see
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