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    Mick Jary joins Meiko UK

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    Meiko UK is delighted to announce that Mick Jary has joined the company as Specification Manager, increasing Meiko’s UK’s support for foodservice consultants.

     

    “Mick is a great fit for the Meiko UK team. He brings more than a decade of experience as Project Manager with Welbilt and his role at Meiko UK will be to create a focal point of support for the foodservice design consultants,” says Meiko UK MD Paul Anderson.

    “The Meiko product portfolio includes both the warewashing equipment that we are renowned for, but also a range of food waste handling systems that are having an increasingly prominent role to play in commercial kitchens, as the kitchen designers – and our customers – become more environmentally aware.”

    Says Mick Jary, “I have worked with the consultancy sector for the last 14 years, both in the UK and internationally.

    “Meiko is renowned for the quality of its products and the support we are able offer to consultants is truly comprehensive, covering all aspects of warewashing and food waste handling.

    “It starts with ensuring the consultants have the right materials in terms of literature, design tools and CAD blocks for the Meiko product range.

    “We will also advise on equipment solutions for warewashing, water treatment, waste handling and the new generation of vacuum waste systems.

    “Operationally, we can help with training and manpower issues, warranties and PPM, creating the best ‘fit’ for the client.

    “Environmental issues are critical for catering consultants. A key part of my role will be advising on the consumption rates of Meiko equipment – water, chemicals, energy – and identifying labour efficient management solutions for dishwashing and food waste handling operations.

    “Having the right equipment is one thing, but identifying how the operation can best be managed is the key to ensuring minimal impact on the environment and the budget.”

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