Kawasaki Tennessee (KTN) was founded in 2002 as a subsidiary of Kawasaki Industrial Co., Ltd. in Shizuoka Japan for the primary purpose of manufacturing automotive parts for the North America market. Our company operates on a team concept where people work together for common goals and mutual benefit. Our culture is one in which everyone – no matter what of job title – accepts and meets their responsibilities with efficiency, thoroughness and pride. Our team approach will benefit our customers, our community and especially our Team Members. For our customers, the team approach will support our vision of becoming the most efficient manufacturer of automotive parts. The parts we provide our customers will be of the highest quality, at the lowest possible cost, and will be delivered on time. For our community, the team approach provides us with a competitive advantage, increasing the prospects of our success. Only a successful company can truly benefit the community. For our Team Members, the team approach enables everyone to be involved in matters that affect us at Kawasaki Tennessee. Everyone will have an opportunity to participate in and contribute to our objectives and to the success of the Company.
All Team Members are valued for their commitment to developing superior products and for continually providing new ideas and suggestions.
KTN firmly realizes that Community
is very important to its Team Members. KTN will strive to be an integral part of that community through community involvement.
The foremost objective of KTN is to produce the highest quality products at the lowest possible cost to our customers. Simply put… KTN is proud of its products!
At KTN we strive to combine American and Japanese culture to create a unique KTN culture where the best global practices are fused together.
At KTN we strive to promote positive contributions to the community as a good corporate citizen.
At KTN we strive to be a company that satisfies its Team Members and their families by providing a safe workplace, excellent benefits, competitive pay and an open-door policy.