Pacific Coachworks Readies Production at Newly Purchased Plant

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Pacific Coachworks expects to begin production later this month in the Nampa, Idaho, production facility bought last week, the company announced in a news release.

Pacific purchased the plant, formerly used by Northland Campers to produce travel trailers and truck campers, to extend its reach to dealers by producing some of its travel trailer and fifth wheel units farther east in its dealer network.

The production lines planned for the new plant include the Econ, Mighty Lite, Sea Breeze, and Surf Side travel trailers as well as its Powerlite, Rage’n, and Sandsport toy haulers.

“We have already received orders and we’re getting numerous inquiries in the Northwest Territories from RV dealers who are excited to become partners with PCW while purchasing products from the Nampa location,” Pacific Coachworks General Manager Jeff Daily said. “All PCW product managers have hit the ground running and have several appointments scheduled with very reputable dealers in that area.”


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