Floods Suspend Manufacturing at 2 of 10 Keystone RV Oregon Plants

Photo of the exterior of the Keystone RV Plant in Oregon. A sign that reads "Keystone RV Company, Cougar Plant 901, 2550 Westgate" stands in a rock bed beside a parking lot full of cars and RVs. There is a warehouse at the far end of the parking lot.

Rain and melting snow in eastern Oregon caused some flooding at Keystone RV Co.’s manufacturing facilities in Pendleton, Oregon. Production has been suspended at two plants in the state.

The company manufactures its Bullet, Passport, Springdale, Hideout and Cougar units in Pendleton. It does not anticipate any disruption for those brands as production can be moved to unaffected facilities.

Jeff Runels, president and CEO, expressed concern for Keystone RV employees in Pendleton.

“Fortunately, we have more than twenty manufacturing facilities between Goshen and Pendleton, any disruption to our production is more than manageable. Our primary concern is the safety and well-being of our Keystone team in Oregon.”

Keystone is not anticipating any inventory disruption for the company’s dealers located in the western U.S. or Canada.

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