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It is the world’s children who have suffered the most during the coronavirus pandemic. The United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF) has determined that, so far, the pandemic has resulted in billions of children ending up in situations of poverty, hunger and reduced health care. But even in the so-called first-world countries, children are suffering from an educational crisis due to not having received any professional childcare in playschools, day care centres and creches during the lockdowns. Families are often stretched to their limits – without any real advocacy for children.
Manufacturer Meiko has a new online platform, meiko-experiencezone.com, for potential and existing customers – and it is more than just a virtual showroom! Users can browse planning examples and a library of expertise, they can pick up knowledge delivered as explainer videos and livestream recordings made at trade shows and events. The platform is available in German and English. At meiko-experiencezone.com/vr users can even engage with some areas of the website in three dimensions – all they need is a pair of 3D glasses.
Official Opening of the MEIKO Experience Center 19./20.10.2021: A tight schedule, much loads of innovative ideas, information and finally much appraisal for MEIKO’s new brand world at the headquarter of the Meiko Group.
Changes in top management: Long-time CEO Dr Stefan Scheringer moves to the Foundation's Board on 1 July 2021. Dr Thomas Peukert is the new CEO of the MEIKO Group worldwide.
Two days packed with industry led talks, a product launch and comprehensive round table discussions successfully hosted by hygiene specialist Meiko aimed at the healtcare sector. Get all insights here!
Cost pressure, hygiene safety, sustainable management, smart processes - the challenges in hospitals and nursing homes are complex. During the two-day conference, Meiko strives to deliver answers together with the invited panel of experts on how to manage these challenges successfully in the future.
As two years of construction draw to a close, the Innovation Centre for Energy Technologies (RIZ Energie) in Offenburg is now open for business. Specialist hygiene company Meiko made a six-figure investment in the project and already works extensively with the university.
The Baden-Württemberg-based machine builder Meiko announced in June the founding of 'Meiko Clean Solutions Japan'. Now it has followed this with an additional sales and service location, 'Meiko Clean Solutions Mexico'. This further expands its presence in this strategically important region, in which Meiko has successfully participated in the market for years.
2020 is a year of challenge for food service and hotel companies, and for exhibition organisers, too. The international industry trade show for hotels, food service, bakeries and pastry shops, Internorga, could not take place but the Top hotel Star Award was still conferred. The award went to the hygiene experts at Meiko once again this year. With Meiko Ergonomics, it was not a machine receiving an award, but a service. This approach is especially appropriate while the crisis is causing many commercial kitchens to operate at lower staffing levels. Efficient organisation is more important than ever, including in the communal catering departments of hospitals and care homes.
Medical device section of Meiko factory refitted to assure fastest possible production and supply to emergency centres.