The RV Industry Association (RVIA) has officially welcomed a new cohort of members this January 2024, marking a significant expansion in its representation of manufacturers, suppliers, and associates within the RV sector.
As the RVIA plays a pivotal role in unifying efforts toward safety, education, and market growth, the inclusion of these new members is poised to bring fresh perspectives and capabilities to the industry.
Among the new entrants are manufacturers such as TrueVan, based in Montclair, CA, specializing in Class B RVs, and several park model manufacturers including Bird In Hand Pet Structures from Willow Street, PA, Green River Cabins from Campobello, SC, ÖÖD House from Houston, TX, and Timberline Structures LLC from Millersburg, OH.
These companies join the RVIA with a shared commitment to enhancing the RV lifestyle through their innovative products and designs, as per the News & Insights report of the RVIA.
The supplier segment has also seen growth with the addition of Clean Republic LLC, operating under the brand name Dakota Lithium Batteries, from Seattle, WA, and Hatz Americas, an engine supplier from Waukesha, WI.
Their inclusion underscores the industry’s ongoing efforts to improve RV performance and sustainability through advanced technology and components.
Furthermore, the association has expanded its breadth with consulting firms such as Aon from Dallas, TX, and Foresight Management from Grand Rapids, MI, alongside finance firm Red Oak Inventory Finance from Alpharetta, GA. These organizations bring expertise in consulting and financial services, aiming to support the RV industry’s growth and operational excellence.
The RVIA’s commitment to unifying the industry’s safety and education initiatives, as well as advocating for a favorable business environment, is further strengthened by these new memberships.
According to the RVIA, these companies collectively contribute to the production of 98% of all RVs made in the United States, highlighting the association’s significant influence on the industry’s standards and practices.
The diversity of the new members, ranging from RV and park model manufacturers to suppliers of critical components and consulting services, reflects the dynamic nature of the RV industry. This expansion is indicative of the sector’s adaptability and its continuous pursuit of innovation to meet the evolving needs of RV enthusiasts and consumers.
As the RV industry faces challenges such as regulatory changes and market fluctuations, the collective strength and unity of the RVIA’s membership base are crucial.
The association’s efforts to navigate these challenges, supported by the expertise and innovation of its new members, are essential for sustaining growth and ensuring a positive RV experience for consumers.
The addition of new members to the RV Industry Association in January 2024 represents a significant step forward in the association’s mission to unify and strengthen the RV industry. Through collaboration and innovation, these new members are set to contribute to the industry’s growth, sustainability, and the overall enhancement of the RV experience for consumers.