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Whirlpool Celebrates Millionth Hand Mixer

GREENVILLE – How do you top off a year that saw a celebration for the completion of one $40 million expansion project and the start of another and the addition of a new product line? For Whirlpool’s KitchenAid Division in Greenville you keep moving forward and continue to set new record-breaking marks and you keep celebrating.

From the 11-20-16 edition of The Early Bird

By Ryan Berry, Managing Editor

GREENVILLE – How do you top off a year that saw a celebration for the completion of one $40 million expansion project and the start of another and the addition of a new product line? For Whirlpool’s KitchenAid Division in Greenville you keep moving forward and continue to set new record-breaking marks and you keep celebrating.

While the KitchenAid Stand Mixer seems to be the “favorite child” at the Greenville plant, it isn’t the only product produced solely in Greenville. The KitchenAid Hand Mixer continues to find its way into homes across the globe and this year the Greenville workforce has produced over one-million hand mixers.

Unlike the stand mixer, the hand mixer hasn’t always been produced in Greenville. In 2011, Whirlpool chose to bring production of the product from China to Greenville. It wasn’t until July 2012 that production was ramped up. According to Greenville Plant Lead Ken Hossler, the result has been incredible and has led to the company’s growth over the past four years.  “The hand mixer was what generated the energy and momentum. Once we were able to deliver that in the summer of 2012 and were able to improve the quality and improve the overall cost and productivity of that product line…that was the proving grounds for us. That provided us with an appetite to continue that. If we can do it with the hand mixer, why not with other products to continue to bring back or to continue to launch new products at this facility here in Greenville, Ohio,” he said......

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