RVIA suppliers and aftermarket members have fewer than three days to participate in the association’s supply chain survey.
RVIA Vice President of Government Affairs Jay Landers issued a message to members requesting responses, which will be used to get a “better appreciation of the pinch points” that are impacting the RV industry with regard to supply chain issues. No specific company information will be disclosed, Landers said.
The survey will close at 5 p.m. EST March 19.
“While the RV industry is not alone experiencing these supply chain difficulties, we hope to be able, where possible, to use the survey data to educate our champions on Capitol Hill and the administration and take advantage of opportunities when they are presented,” Landers wrote.