Employees from Columbus-based Cummins are helping their counterparts at Cummins manufacturing plants in China as the country deals with the deadly coronavirus outbreak.
United States Warranty Corp. (USWC) is celebrating its 45th anniversary this year as a provider of extended service contracts for RVs. As the Cleveland-based company prepares to mark this milestone, it is also preparing to launch a revamped and expanded RV program this spring.
Magnadyne has a new line of modern electronics in the RV aftermarket. The company has been an OEM supplier for more than 40 years. Magnadyne’s products include from stereos, speakers…
The registration deadline for the Dometic RV Technical Training class in Boston next month has been extended to this Friday, February 21. The class needs
Furrion has released five new refrigerators for RVs: 15- and 16-cubic-foot French door models, a 15-cubic-foot double-door model available in a high-end, stainless steel finish; and a 16- and 20-cubic-foot side-by-side design, available in stainless steel, black steel and a new midnight glass finish.
RV chassis builder AL-KO is hard at work on its own electric-driven frame for towables; the prototype works with towables weighing up to 7,000 pounds. AL-KO is also developing an electrified motorhome chassis that creates a plug-in hybrid motorhome.
Supplier Stromberg Carlson has introduced Zip Grips, a new line of zip-on aftermarket handrail grips. The product is designed to replace OE foam handrail grips, which are prone to deterioration in harsh sun and weather.
Friday, Feb. 14 is the last day to register for Dometic’s RV Technical Training class on March 17-18 in Boston. To avoid cancellation at least 12 more participants are needed.