Maryville, Mo. manufacturing facility creates jobs for the area



The northwestern town of Maryville, Mo. is expected to open around 110 additional jobs at its Kawasaki Motors Manufacturing Corp. facility after the company announced plans to add three assembly lines, revealing they will use Missouri One Start’s Customized Training Program to provide tailored training.

A manufacturing facility located in northwest Missouri is creating jobs in the Maryville, Mo. area, according to a Wednesday news release from the Missouri Department of Economic Development

Kawasaki Motors Manufacturing Corp., U.S.A., plans to open around 110 positions at its facility in Maryville, announcing that they are opening an additional line to their current assembly department and are starting up two more lines on a second shift at the facility.

The new positions will be filled utilizing Missouri One Start’s Customized Training Program to provide employees with training tailored to their specific needs, said the release, and will provide more options for working parents with young children currently in online learning.

“Kawasaki is a great company that is bringing 110 quality jobs to Missouri,” Missouri Gov. Mike Parson said in the release. “Not only will these jobs bring more opportunities to the area, but the company’s use of the Customized Training Program demonstrates a dedication to developing a highly skilled workforce.”