Maytag washing machines are manufactured and assembled in Clyde, Ohio, according to Maytag's website. The Clyde plant manufactures the high-efficiency Maxima front-load washers, the high-efficiency Bravos top-load washer and traditional top-load washing machines.
In 2011, the Clyde facility rebuilt an assembly line specifically for the Maytag brand. Upon launching this new line, the Clyde factory manufactured their one-millionth washing machine in just 35 weeks. A PR Newswire press release reported that this was three to five times faster than previous product launches. In 2007, Maytag became part of the Whirlpool Corporation, the world's leading manufacturer and marketer of major home appliances.