Sector: Appliances

Market Overview: Growth in housing starts and retrofits stand to have a positive impact on the sale of more energy efficient appliances over the next several years, with revenue expected from their sales expected to rise at 1.1 percent per year to more than $16.5 billion through 2020.

Many large appliance—such as refrigerators, dishwashers, water heaters, washer/dryers and ranges—have traditionally been, and continue to be, manufactured in the United States with high domestic content by both foreign and domestically owned companies. However, some foreign owned companies still build and ship large appliances from overseas despite the amount of U.S.-based appliance manufacturing. Small appliances—like microwaves, dehumidifiers, and humidifiers—are made exclusively outside the United States.

The appliances market is very mature. As consumers prefer established brands there is little space for new companies to enter the market. In contrast to the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) market, the concentration of large original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) in the appliance industry is very high, with the top four companies accounting for more than 75 percent of industry revenue in 2016. One U.S.-owned OEM – Whirlpool – has almost 40 percent of the market. However, imports are expected to grow as a segment of appliance purchases in the coming years given rising input costs (such as steel and plastic) and a stronger dollar.

All of the major appliance manufacturers are committed to innovation in the market, especially as a way to attract new customers. Smart appliances, which operate during optimal times when energy is most abundant and the cheapest, are growing in popularity even if they require the use of a smart meter. Products like tankless water heaters—traditionally manufactured by Asian OEMs—are in demand in the United States and increasingly being made domestically by U.S.-owned companies, including Bradford White and American Water Heaters. Control systems manufactured overseas have limited assembly/finishing in the United States while those manufactured by companies based here have high domestic content. Companies face continual pricing pressures as a growing number of competitors introduce more technologically advanced systems.

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Company Location
MACtac Stow, Ohio
MACtac Scranton, Pennsylvania
MAMCO Precision Molding Oneonta, New York
Mansfield Engineered Components Mansfield, Ohio
Mar-Bal Inc. Chagrin Falls, Ohio
Mar-Bal Inc. Cuba, Missouri
Mar-Bal Inc. Dublin, Virginia
Mar-Bal Inc. Painesville, Ohio
Mar-Bal Inc. Chagrin Falls, Ohio
Master Bond Inc. Hackensack, New Jersey
Maxitrol Company Blissfield, Michigan
Maxitrol Company Southfield, Michigan
Maxitrol Company Colon, Michigan
Metal Technologies Auburn, Indiana
Metal Technologies Auburn, Indiana
Metal Technologies Three Rivers, Michigan
Metalstamp Inc. South Bend, Indiana
Midco International Inc. Chicago, Illinois
Middleby Corporation Elgin, Illinois
Midland Stamping & Fabricating Schiller Park, Illinois
Midwest Gasket Corporation Milroy, Indiana
Midwest Wire Specialties Chicago, Illinois
Mills Products Inc. Athens, Tennessee
Minntac Mt. Iron, Minnesota
Molon Motor & Coil Corporation Arlington Heights, Illinois
Molon Motor & Coil Corporation Rolling Meadows, Illinois
Momentive Performance Materials Inc. Hebron, Ohio
Momentive Performance Materials Inc. Waterford, New York
Momentive Performance Materials Inc. Friendly, West Virginia
Momentive Performance Materials Inc. Strongsville, Ohio
Momentive Performance Materials Inc. Garrett, Indiana
Momentive Performance Materials Inc. New Smyrna Beach, Florida
Momentive Performance Materials Inc. Willoughby, Ohio
Mon Valley Works Edgar Thomson Plant Braddock, Pennsylvania
Mon Valley Works Fairless Plant Fairless Hills, Pennsylvania
Mon Valley Works Irvin Plant West Mifflin, Pennsylvania
Mondragon Componentes USA Marietta, Georgia
Monroe Engineering Tualatin, Oregon
Monroe Engineering Rochester Hills, Michigan
Morgan Advanced Materials Emporia, Kansas
Morgan Advanced Materials St. Mary's, Pennsylvania
Morgan Advanced Materials Greenville, South Carolina
Morgan Advanced Materials Girard, Illinois
Morgan Advanced Materials Augusta, Georgia
Morgan Advanced Materials Coudersport, Pennsylvania
Morgan Advanced Materials Elkhart, Indiana
Morgan Advanced Materials Dunn, North Carolina
Neff-Perkins Company Middlefield, Ohio
Newcomb Spring Corporation Southington, Connecticut
Newcomb Spring Corporation Decatur, Georgia