(Sept. 19, 2017) — The New England RV Dealers Association will host training sessions in October pertaining to Lippert Components and Truma products at several locations in Massachusetts.
(Sept. 1, 2017) — Lippert Components (LCI) announces two promotions within the company’s Aftermarket Division.
(Aug. 31, 2017) — This week at Caravan Salon in Dusseldorf, Germany, premium recreational vehicle supplier Lippert Components, and Knaus, a manufacturer of leisure vehicles in Europe, are both featuring the world premiere of dimmable windows using Research Frontiers’ SPD-SmartGlass technology.
(Aug. 23, 2017) — The goal of this branding initiative is twofold; 1) To present a refreshed, updated look for the European Caravanning Industry and 2) To present a unified, “one company” look for all of the companies LCI has acquired in Europe.
(July 31, 2017) — A major Hoosier manufacturer has released a study that suggests use of a type of 3D printing could “revolutionize the whole metal casting industry.”
(July 12, 2017) — Lippert Components said it has a new digital tool that makes designing a floorplan for a specific-sized pontoon boat simple, accurate and customizable to a boater’s needs, Trade Only Today reported.
(June 29, 2017) — “Between his experience in sales, operations and product development, I feel that Mark is the right person to lead this team of exceptional and dedicated people who have helped LCI’s aftermarket net sales grow to over $100 million in the last six years,” said Jason Lippert.
(June 21, 2017) — Goshen City Council members Tuesday agreed to allow area manufacturer Lippert Components to continue receiving tax phase-in benefits for three of its Goshen properties.
(June 21, 2017) — “The functionality of the Flow Max is what sets it apart from the competition. This is a solid product with proven features that we’re very excited to offer to our aftermarket and OEM partners,” said Murray.
(June 20, 2017) — Lippert Components has promoted David Harbin to product supply analyst.
(June 8, 2017) — “If I’m doing the numbers correctly, they started with 1,078 employees, and now they have 838, which is minus 240 employees,” Stutsman said. “They said they would create 376 additional jobs, which totals to being under about 616 jobs from where they thought they would be.”
(June 2, 2017) — Lippert Components is now joined by Kem Krest and Genesis Products in an initiative to help the community.
(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.
(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.
(May 22, 2017) — Headquartered in Elkhart, Lexington manufactures seating solutions for the marine, RV, transportation, medical and office furniture industries. The purchase price was $40 million.
(May 19, 2017) — Elkhart-based Lippert Components has named James Stringer regional sales manager, west central territory to support LCI’s aftermarket business.
(May 19, 2017) — Last year, Kem Krest associates donated more than 1,500 hours of company time to local volunteer activities and have supported more than 50 local non-profits, such as Habitat for Humanity, Junior Achievement and Faith Mission.
(May 16, 2017) — Stringer comes to LCI with experience as a territory sales representative for Black & Decker, Meyer Distributing and Coast Distribution. In his position, Stringer will cover Colorado, Montana, Wyoming, Utah, Idaho, and New Mexico.
(May 9, 2017) — A Lippert Components plant in Goshen was evacuated Monday evening after a fire broke out in the front of the building, the Elkhart Truth reported.
(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.