Updated: Jan 8
As it turns out, most dishwashers sold in the U.S. are made in the U.S.
Whirlpool, Maytag, Amana, KitchenAid, and IKEA dishwashers are made at the world’s largest dishwasher factory, located in Findlay, Ohio. And the facility is getting even bigger—it's currently in the middle of a $40.6 million expansion.
Frigidaire’s plastic-tub dishwashers are built in Kinston, North Carolina, and most GE dishwashers come from the company’s landmark Appliance Park facility in Louisville, Kentucky. Even though Bosch is best known for its German heritage, the majority of its 24-inch dishwashers sold in the U.S. (plus a few Thermador models) are made in New Bern, North Carolina.
Where is it made?
Whirlpool just announced a major investment in its Findlay, Ohio, factory. Shown here is a Findlay employee holding dishwasher racks.
Many other European brands build their dishwashers in Europe.
For instance, Miele dishwashers—and many of the components that go into them—are made in Bielefeld, Germany. Flush-install Gaggenau, Jenn-Air, Thermador, Bosch Benchmark, and Bosch 18-inch dishwashers are made in Dillingen, Germany, while high-end Electrolux and Frigidaire dishwashers are built in Solaro, Italy.
The majority of LG and Samsung dishwashers are built in Korea. Blomberg (which builds dishwashers under the Summit, Beko, and Viking brand names) has an all-inclusive factory outside Istanbul, Turkey. Asko dishwashers are built in Velenje, Slovenia.
Most portable models are made in China, as are models from Haier, Fagor, and Bertazzoni.
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