Vohne Liche Reopens Second Facility

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Vohne Liche Mfg. has reopened its second plant at its Peru, Ind., facility.

“We have experienced a 400 percent growth in production in the past 12 months,” said Jerry Sell, VP of Vohne Liche. “With the recent success of both our affordable Dream line of trailers and our RPM toy haulers it became necessary to separate the lines for production efficiency to maintain our continued growth.”

The second plant will begin production the first week in December, building 102-inch wide RPM toy haulers.

“Demand for the RPM and Dream Lines has exceeded our current production capacity at our single location,” said Liche. “The success of the products in the marketplace requires the expansion of the VLM operations so both Dream and RPM have dedicated facilities and management teams. This expansion will allow for Dream to continue servicing the rapid growth, while allowing RPM space to come into its own as an industry leading stick and tin toy hauler.”

Vohne Liche will be showing an RPM toy hauler at next week’s RVDA convention in Las Vegas and will have a full display of Riverside, Dream, and RPM products during the upcoming RVIA Louisville show.


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