“Due to some retailers selling at low prices, it leads to erosion of prices and brand value that heavily affects brick-and-mortar dealers as well as our company overall,” said Torklift General Manager Jay Taylor.
Laurentian Bank of Canada announced the planned acquisition of Northpoint Commercial Finance, which is among the leading U.S. and Canadian inventory finance lenders with a portfolio of approximately $892 million.
Spartan Motors, a global leader in specialty chassis and vehicle design, manufacturing and assembly, announced that James A. Sharman has been elected to serve as chairman of the board, effective immediately.
The North American RV rental fleet is expected to grow more than 12 percent in 2017, with almost two-thirds of rental operators expanding their rental fleets, according to a new survey by the Recreation Vehicle Rental Association (RVRA).
Kampgrounds of America’s annual Care Camps Big Weekend set a new camper attendance record May 12 to 13, drawing about 4 percent more camping families than the event brought to participating KOAs in 2016.
After months of preparation by its engineering and product development teams, Shipshewana, Ind.-based Highland Ridge RV is preparing to launch an all-new Open Range Ultra-Lite floorplan, the UL2510BH, to its dealers this week.
Camping World Holdings announced a proposed offering of shares of its Class A common stock, which includes 3,500,000 shares of Class A Common Stock offered by Camping World and 6,500,000 shares of Class A Common Stock offered by certain affiliates of Crestview Advisors.
Trojan Battery Co., a leading manufacturer of deep-cycle batteries, announced that a team of Trojan employees have embarked on a volunteer trip to Nicaragua with the GRID Alternatives International Program to install a solar system that will provide power to a remote village.
Headquartered in Elkhart, Ind., Lexington manufactures high-quality seating solutions for the marine, RV, transportation, medical and office furniture industries. Sales of the acquired business for the 12 months ending December 2017 are expected to be approximately $60 million.