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Winnebago Industries announces management changes

"“While serving as vice president of manufacturing, Randy and his staff have made visible improvements in the manufacturing environment, adjusting to challenging market conditions, further contributing to Winnebago Industries’ leadership role in the motorhome industry," said Olson. "It is our objective to not only be the leader in the motorhome industry, but also to explore diversification opportunities that will utilize our core competencies.”

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National Interstate releases third quarter financials

(Nov. 5, 2009) -- Continued growth in the commercial vehicle product from expanded marketing initiatives and product enhancements was offset by increased competition in the company's RV product associated with a decline in new quotes as there is less consumer demand for recreational vehicles.

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RV lifestyle gains momentum in China

(Nov. 5, 2009) --By 2007, there were roughly 30 companies producing RVs in China. But the total output of RVs was very small, perhaps just a couple of hundred vehicles every year. Chinese RV owners are mostly aged between 40 and 55, but younger people renting these vehicles now, said Xudong.

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Navistar to keep South Carolina plant open

(Nov. 5, 2009) -- Roughly 300 jobs at Navistar in Blythewood have been spared. That company had considered consolidating operations to Virginia. Trucking giant Navistar and Continental Diesel Systems are teaming up to keep operations rolling in Richland.

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California company to produce electric trucks

(Nov. 5, 2009) -- EVI officials announced they will use truck frames and suspensions from Freightliner Custom Chassis Corp. to produce a line of medium-duty trucks Fully loaded, they would range in weight from 15,000 to 30,000 pounds with three power options and batteries sufficient to cover 60, 80 or 115 miles on a single charge and with a top speed of up to 60 mph.

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Jayco ramps up production

(Nov. 5, 2009) -- "It has become increasingly clear that 2009 will end better than we had expected,"said Johnson. "And our business plan anticipates a substantial increase in sales next year."

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Cummins employees clean Meals on Wheels vans

(Nov. 5, 2009) -- Four employees from the Cummins Inc. Jamestown Engine Plant volunteered for a half-day at Meals on Wheels last month as part of the Cummins "Every Employee-Every Community" program. The program allows company employees the opportunity to volunteer for one four-hour period per year for community service.

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Coachmen Industries changes name to All American Group

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(Nov. 5, 2009) -- . “Although we have a long history under the Coachmen name, most of our potential customers associate that name with our former recreational vehicle business which was sold to Forest River in December of 2008”, said Martin. “The Coachmen brand does not relate to our housing customers, who often do not even realize that Coachmen and All American have had any connection."

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CrossRoads RV hires new sales rep

(Nov. 3, 2009) -- Matt Popovic is responsible for overseeing the sales volume of the Kingston and Seville fifth wheel product lines for the RV market on the East Coast, South and Midwest United States, as well as the following provinces in Canada: Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Quebec.

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