ST. JOSEPH, Mich. — Maytag Commercial Laundry is moving the production line of its front-load single-load washers from Monterrey, Mexico, to a 2.4-million-square-foot manufacturing plant in Clyde, Ohio, the company reports, with production beginning in April.
The move is a part of a larger investment to continually advance the commercial front-load washer platform, according to Maytag.
Approximately 80 to 100 new jobs will be created in Clyde during the next three years to support this manufacturing relocation, the company says, increasing operational efficiencies and aligning with its strategy of building products in the regions where they are primarily sold.
“The company’s move to the world-class facility in Clyde represents a significant commitment to the commercial laundry industry. These front-load washers are engineered to meet the rigorous demands of the commercial laundry market,” says Bob English, general manager at Maytag Commercial Laundry. “We look forward to ramping up production and continuing to build this quality product in Clyde, for the United States and abroad.”