Sector: Appliances

Market Overview: In 2012 the U.S. Census Bureau valued ship­ments from manufacturing establishments including domestic cooking appliances, refrig­erators, freezers, water heaters and small elec­trical appliances at over $12 billion.

This value was down compared to a 2007 pre-recession total of $15.3 billion with the exception of wa­ter heaters whose shipments actually increased during that time period.  However, with the recovery of the housing mar­ket, new home construction and remodeling projects are on the rise, which will contribute to the increased manufacturing and sale of dura­ble goods.

Similar to the HVAC sector, many of the larger appliances such as refrigerators, dishwashers, ranges, water heaters, and washers/dryers are manufactured domestically by both foreign and U.S. owned OEM’s.  Some of these appliance brands boast high domestic content in their supply chains as well.  This list includes a few larger OEM’s, some smaller, but significant high end manufacturers as well as a number of independent boiler makers who also build indirect fired water heaters. 

Some foreign owned companies still build and ship large ap­pliances from overseas despite the amount of US based appliance manufacturing.  Smaller appliances like microwave ovens are exclusively manufactured overseas even if the company manufactures a majority of their other ap­pliances in the U.S.  On the other hand, the man­ufacturing of some smaller consumer appliances, like high quality blenders, has been brought back to the U.S.

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Company Location
A.O. Smith Corporation Milwaukee, Wisconsin
A.O. Smith Corporation Water Products Company Ashland City, Tennessee
A.O. Smith Corporation Water Products Company Johnson City, Tennessee
A.O. Smith Corporation Water Products Company Renton, Washington
A.O. Smith Corporation Water Products Company McBee, South Carolina
Absocold Richmond, Indiana
ACV Triangle Tube Blackwood, New Jersey
AGA Marvel Greenville, Michigan
Agua Del Sol, LLC Tempe, Arizona
Alliance Laundry Systems Ripon, Wisconsin
Allied Engineering Company North Vancouver, British Columbia
Amtrol, Inc. Paducah, Kentucky
Amtrol, Inc. Baltimore, Maryland
Amtrol, Inc. West Warwick, Rhode Island
Anco Products, Inc. Elkhart, Indiana
APCOM Cookeville, Tennessee
APCOM Franklin, Tennessee
APCOM Florence, Kentucky
Ariston Appliances Fabriano, Ancona
Asko Madison, Wisconsin
Axeman-Anderson Williamsport, Pennsylvania
Blomberg Appliances Sütlüce, Istanbul
Bosch Thermotechnology Corporation Londonderry, New Hampshire
BSH Home Appliances Corporation La Follette, Tennessee
BSH Home Appliances Corporation Irvine, California
BSH Home Appliances Corporation New Bern, North Carolina
Camus Hydronics Ltd. Mississauga, Ontario
CE North America, LLC Miami, Florida
Columbia Boiler Stowe, Pennsylvania
Conematic Heating Systems Inc. Calgary, Alberta
Covestro LLC Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Crosley Corporation Concord, North Carolina
Crown Boiler Company Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Dacor City of Industry, California
Daewoo Teaneck, New Jersey
Drew Foam Companies, Inc. Monticello, Arkansas
Dunmore Corporation Brewster, New York
Dunmore Corporation Bristol, Pennsylvania
EarthNet Energy Chambersburg, Pennsylvania
ECR International, Inc. Dunkirk, New York
ECR International, Inc. Utica, New York
Electrolux Home Products Kinston, North Carolina
Electrolux Home Products Charlotte, North Carolina
Electrolux Home Products Anderson, South Carolina
Electrolux Home Products Memphis, Tennessee
Electrolux Home Products St. Cloud, Minnesota
Electrolux Home Products Springfield, Tennessee
Emerson Radio Corporation Hackensack, New Jersey
Energy Kinetics System 2000 Lebanon, New Jersey
Fagor America Inc. So. Hackensack, New Jersey