New Zealand capital equipment engineering company Milmeq has been split and sold, with the transfer to new owners taking effect from Friday, 1 March.
Privately-held New Zealand engineering company Milmeq Limited will be split and sold in the coming months.
Milmeq's innovative cheese cooling tunnels were the subject of an editorial piece in the Dairy Industries International magazine.
Milmeq was featured in NZ Engineering News and NZ Food Technology magazines. The magazine had a chat to our International Sales & Marketing Manager Mike Lee about trends in the food processing industry.
Mimeq’s health and safety culture continues to go from strength to strength, with the company marking the first of what is hoped to be a long list of milestones.
Milmeq has always believed that it is people that make the business. The focus on people extends beyond our own people, to those in our wider community and, in keeping with this spirit, Milmeq is proud to announce its support of the Chid Cancer Foundation during the Christmas season.
Milmeq continues to be a standout in the meat processing industry with its innovation in its already market leading capital equipment line.
An enduring partnership between companies in the meat processing sector has resulted in a large-scale project built to a specialised brief.
Canterbury engineering students will have the opportunity to apply for a $3000 scholarship.
What's driven the massive investment by Australian red meat processors in large-scale plate freezing technology over the past few years?
Milmeq’s commitment to health and safety has been recognised with a tertiary (top level) pass in the most recent ACC audit.
Milmeq has chosen DGS Processing Solutions as its European partner for the design, installation and sales of logistics facilities equipped with Milmeq freezing systems.
Milmeq featured in the International Meat Topics Journal, on our pioneering plate freezing technology.
Engineering students from Massey, Canterbury and Auckland Universities are offered the chance to intern at Milmeq during their summer break, with opportunities to go on to the graduate programme.
Health and wellbeing were the centre of attention for award-winning
New Zealand engineering company Milmeq when they hosted a “You Matter Day” to
raise money for the Child Cancer Foundation.
Milmeq has always had an ethos that it is the people that make the business. Their focus on people extends beyond their own staff, clients and suppliers to those in the wider community.
Milmeq was built on a philosophy of philanthrophy and is passionate about supporting the communities that their team live and work in.
Two robots have been installed at Alliance Group’s lamb processing plant in Smithfield, Timaru as part of a world-first commercial deployment earlier this month.
Milmeq is partaking in Movember as part of a company fundraiser for the Movember Foundation which funds over 1,000 programmes focusing on prostate cancer, testicular cancer, poor mental health and physical inactivity.
Milmeq have challenged 40 male staff members across its Auckland and Dunedin offices to grow their most creative moustache in support of creating awareness of men's health and wellness issues.
Milmeq specialises in providing a complete design, manufacturing, installation and maintenance service for primary food processing operations. One of its latest innovations is a robotic storage and retrieval system named Milmeq Fully Automated Stock Transfer, or 'MFAST', developed to help large primary food processors achieve labour, space and time savings in materials handling.
Milmeq has been scooping up national excellence, innovation and business awards, including Supreme Business Excellence winner at the recent Westpac Auckland Business Awards Best of the Best, helping realise the company’s vision to become a world leading contracting supplier to the primary food processing industry.
Chief Executive Officer Mike Lightfoot said the run of awards is recognition of the company’s world-class quality innovation and attributes the ongoing success to his 130 plus staff.
Milmeq halted production on Friday in order to take a holistic look at staff wellness, from health to finance.
The day saw Milmeq’s 75 Dunedin staff enjoy a fully-funded schedule of flu vaccinations and medical checks, information from medical insurance and financial experts, breath-testing demonstrations, road safety tips from the police and even alcohol-free wine tasting. Staff also received goodie bags filled with health foods, brochures and vouchers.