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«Kawasaki MULE» EV Producer

Kawasaki MULE - Hard work and a dream. This is what created American Kawasaki Motorcycle Corp. back in March 1966. The first headquarters, an old butcher's warehouse in Chicago, was a humble beginning for a factory team sent to open up the US market. They started almost from scratch - no customers, no distributors and no image. But they had something more important - a strong desire to succeed and a factory promise to deliver the best products. The young entrepreneurs were negotiating with several private companies in the United States to distribute the first two-stroke bicycles, which were sold under the Omega brand. But US riders wanted more excitement, so the factory quickly responded with a pair of beefy rotary-valve twins called Samurai and Avenger. It was the first sign that Kawasaki would become a high performance entertainment company. These motorcycles were sold under the Kawasaki name and there was a second company, Eastern Kawasaki Motorcycle Corp., which handled East Coast distribution. In 1968, this firm and the original Chicago company merged to form Kawasaki Motors Corp., USA (KMC) in Southern California. In 1969, the incredible Mach III 500cc two-stroke three-cylinder engine. see set the image of Kawasaki around the world. By the time the legendary four-cylinder 900cc Z1 was introduced in 1973, Kawasaki was a big power in the motorcycle industry, and KMC was building its own single distribution network to offer dealers and customers the best service. Diversification came early when Kawasaki pioneered the watercraft business in 1973. Today, our JET SKI® watercraft brand is a leader in a booming market. The 1980s saw a further expansion in the production of ATVs and Side x Side vehicles. Today, KMC's annual revenue exceeds $1.6 billion. About 480 employees and more than 1500 dealers. Our best-selling Ninja® sport bikes, classic Vulcan® cruisers, rugged Mule™ Side x Side ATVs and cars, and exclusive JET SKI® jet skis form the foundation of our Good Times company image. In addition to the headquarters building in Foothill Ranch, California, KMC maintains regional sales offices and/or distribution centers in Piscataway, New Jersey; Atlanta, Georgia; Fort Worth, Texas and Hebron, Kentucky. Kawasaki Motors Manufacturing Corp., USA, Lincoln, Nebraska operates a small engine manufacturing plant in Maryville, Missouri.

Published on 13 January 2022

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