Inglis is a Canadian-born company which got its start after the merger of several different enterprises in the mid to late 1800s. After manufacturing weapons for WWII, Inglis moved into the production of washing machines. Inglis washers were of renowned quality, considered by many at the time to be second only to Maytag.
The company was eventually acquired by Whirlpool which is now responsible for the manufacture of Inglis fridges, freezers, dishwashers, washers and dryers, stoves/ranges. Inglis appliances are marketed primarily in Canada where parts are also readily available.