A complete range in warewashing technology for all challenges at sea
When there is minimal space but the demands are high, you need a partner for warewashing technology who can deal perfectly with these requirements. MEIKO is familiar with the demands on a scullery on the high seas – and with international hygiene standards. Of course, a wide variety of wash ware is washed at sea. MEIKO provides the appropriate technology – all in one place. Reduction in complexity when operating the machines is as important as reduction in complexity with the contact person. MEIKO devices therefore speak only one language: precisely the one that everyone understands! Sophisticated interface design for communication between man and machine, accompanied by resource-saving technology and a service concept which leaves virtually nothing to be desired.
MEIKO's AZP 80 is an advanced, high-capacity waste food handling system that reduces food and mixed waste volume by up to 85%. It also reduces costs associated with waste transportation, disposal and pest control. The AZP 80 is easy to operate, clean and service.
Turnkey services for new buildings and replacement
MEIKO's wealth of experience and knowledge comes to the fore when it comes to planning and implementing galley areas on cruise liners and river cruise vessels. That's why we've decided to start offering our customers turnkey solutions for cruise ship new buildings and replacement projects. That means you can get everything from a single source, including planning services, machine installation, connection to the ship's water, power and waste pipes, plus staff induction and training sessions. All in all, this fosters a wealth of valuable relationships between MEIKO and its business partners, creating robust and lasting bonds between everyone involved in the project, from the machine maker and dealer to the galley contractor and end customer.
MEIKO at Seatrade Cruise Global!Trade fair for marine and cruise ships March 6-8, 2018 in Fort Lauderdale, USA
MEIKO has spent 90 years meeting the highest standards of cleanliness in hotels and restaurants, on ships, and in hospitals. It has always prided itself on meeting pertinent international specifications and all the requirements of the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), as it will continue to do so in the future!
Less water at sea - Why 30 percent less makes all the difference Water is a major issue in most areas of life – and it's a particular priority on board cruise ships. We understand that, which is why we are continuously improving the sustainability credentials of our machines. Take the M-iQ, for example, which is one of the most sustainable warewashing machines on the market. It can help you save significantly more money in your wash-up area than any comparable technology. It uses less water, less energy, and fewer chemicals while still offering outstanding levels of hygiene. That's one of the reasons why the MEIKO M-iQ has received several awards for its sustainability and low resource consumption. All thanks to an innovation which optimizes capacity utilization to maximize savings, achieving reductions of up to 30 percent in fresh water and chemicals usage.