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Lippert launches community service website

(June 1, 2017) -- LCI is launching the digital platform www.ActsofService.com that will be used by the participating companies as a means of connecting employees with local volunteer opportunities and to record and track the number of hours spent performing community service. Read More »

Lippert appoints Harbin as product supply analyst

(May 30, 2017) -- Within the last two years, he and the team at Plant 203 have helped take inventory from 6.43 to 13.18 turns per year, indicating a superior understanding of product supply and demand as well as inventory control and planning, the release explained. Read More »

Lippert Components posts 18% sales increase

(May 4, 2017) -- The company's content per travel trailer and fifth-wheel RV for the 12 months ended March 31 increased $80 to $3,058, while the company's content per motorhome RV for the twelve months ended March 31 increased $164 to $2,022. Read More »

Lippert receives Hero Award from United Way

(April 25, 2017) -- Lippert Components announced that it’s a recipient of the United Way of Elkhart County’s Hero Award. The Hero Award recognizes businesses that have made significant contributions to the organization each year. Read More »

Holdread to manage Lippert’s business development

(April 24, 2017) -- In this position, Caleb Holdread will work with LCI RV divisions and product lines to provide LCI products to both new and existing customers. He will primarily focus on customer relations and will work with select accounts to identify products that will enhance the current offerings of LCI customer partners. Read More »

Lippert gears up for local community outreach

(April 19, 2017) -- LCI employees from the company’s U.S. plant locations will descend upon their respective local communities to volunteer at public places and local recreational areas. They will tackle service projects at more than 30 parks and recreational areas Read More »