Allied Specialty Vehicles, which owns the Fleetwood and Monaco brands, has exited the travel trailer business, closing Monaco trailer plants in Harrisburg, Oregon, and Elkhart, Indiana.
The company said it will honor warranties on its Holiday Rambler, Trail-Lite and R-Vision towables, but will no longer build trailers, concentrating instead on its motorhome business. ASV acquired the towable business when it bought Monaco from Navistar last year. The plant closings affected about 85 employees in Indiana and 68 regular and 52 temporary employees in Oregon.Research Campgrounds, Plan RV Safe Routes & Turn your phone into an RV GPS.
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