Pacific Coachworks, Inc. (PCW), the West Coast’s leading RV manufacturer of travel trailers, toy haulers and fifth wheels has resumed its manufacturing operations as of Monday, May 4.
“We are thrilled to be back at it,” said Jeff Daily, Vice President for Pacific Coachworks. “Our team developed guidelines that fully comply with the Riverside County Ordinance to ensure the safety of our employees, their families, and our industry partners.”
With a six-week backlog, the team is back at work manufacturing PCW’s world-recognized brands including the Blaze’n, Rage’n, Sandsport, Sea Breeze, Surf Side and Powerlite toy haulers, and the Sea Breeze, Surf Side, Tango and Pacifica travel trailers.
Pacific Coachworks (PCW) has manufactured luxury recreational vehicles since 2006. Its products include the Tango, Sea Breeze, Surf Side, Pacifica, Sandsport, Powerlite, Rage’n and Blaze’n.
Committed to providing high quality travel trailers, and toy haulers, PCW has established lasting partnerships with RV dealers worldwide. For more information about recreational vehicles and Pacific Coachworks, Inc., visit pacificcoachworks.com.
A growing number of companies across the RV industry, from OEMs to dealerships, will return to work during the next few days after weeks of economic shutdown. Thor Industries announced Monday that many of its facilities would come back online this week, and Forest River shared a similar announcement last week.