Aliner Resumes Production at Pennsylvania Manufacturing Plants

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Original A-frame and camper manufacturer Aliner resumed production at its Pennsylvania facilities today, May 18.

After being shut down for 58 days due to statewide closures amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, Aliner’s manufacturing plant located in Mt. Pleasant, PA officially resumed operations on Monday, May 18.

“We are excited to resume operations and bring back the hard workers we employ,” Aliner President and CEO Brett Randall said.

The company announced its plans to bring employees back to work last week. According to Aliner, facility leaders conducted a safety check this pats Friday. The plant walkthrough with managers and supervisors should ensure that all necessary sanitization and safety standards are met.

The Aliner manufacturing plant currently employs 68 people who will be returning to work at the Mt. Pleasant location on Monday.

“The safety of our team members, our dealers and our consumers is our upmost priority moving forward, and we will continue to monitor the situation,” Randall said.

For more information or inquiries, people can contact Aliner Director of Sales, Allan Reeping, at [email protected] or 724.237.5227 ext.110.

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