Kawasaki aims to be the company that makes things possible for our customers and our communities. To this end, we will supply products and services in our main business areas of land, sea and air systems, energy and environment, and industrial equipment, responding quickly to diverse demands from all over the world with innovative and advanced technology.
Kawasaki is a multi-national corporation with more than fifty holdings (manufacturing plants, distributions centers, and marketing and sales headquarters) in most major cities around the world. Business interests include environmental control and energy plant engineering, machinery and robotics, ship building and marine engineering, power plant engineering and steel structures, rolling stock, aerospace, and of course, ATVs, motorcycles, Side x Side vehicles and personal watercraft.
The Lincoln, Nebraska division of Kawasaki Motors Corp., U.S.A. builds rail cars, All-Terrain Vehicles (ATV's), and other consumer products. Visit the Lincoln Website to find out all they do. The consumer products manufacturing facility in Lincoln, located on 335 acres of land, has grown since its opening in 1974 from the original 286,000 square feet to nearly 1.3 million square feet of manufacturing, office and warehouse space. In 2001, the rail car plant was completed at the Lincoln site, adding 437,000 square feet for light rail car manufacturing. Over 1,000 people work at the Lincoln facilities, making KMM a major employer in the Lincoln area.
The Grand Rapids, Michigan division of Kawasaki Motors Corp., U.S.A. distributes gasoline engines and professional handheld power products for landscape, industrial, and consumer markets. This division services customers through its network of over 7,800 independent dealers through the United States and Canada.
The relentless drive for product excellence, innovation and improvement is one more way that Kawasaki engines-and customers-stay ahead of the pack.
Kawasaki has been ranked as a world class leader in industrial (non-aeroderivative) gas turbine "Dry Low Emission" (DLE) technology and uses this experience in developing and expanding the market with superior performing Standby, Baseload and Co-generation power plants.