Five RV manufacturers are among Indiana’s 100 largest privately owned companies, according to Indiana Business Magazine.
Forest River Inc., the company owned by Pete Liegl that builds cargo trailers, boats, mobile offices, shuttle buses and mobility vans in addition to motorized and towable RVs, ranked No. 9 on the Indiana Business Magazine list with $726 million in annual sales.
Next on the list at No. 19 was sister companies Fairmont Homes and Gulf Stream Coach Inc., both of which are owned by the Shea family. The magazine listed their combined annual sales revenue at $508 million.
Meanwhile, Class C motorhome and towable RV builder Jayco Inc., owned by the Bontrager family, came in at No. 38 with $286 million in annual sales.
Highline Class A motorhome and fifth-wheel manufacturer Newmar Corp., owned by Mahlon Miller, placed No. 39 on the list with $274 million in annual sales.
Class A motorhome manufacturer Damon Corp., owned by Don Pletcher, also made the magazine’s list at No. 66 with $178 million in annual sales.
Supplier firm Banks Lumber Co. of Elkhart also made the list at No. 70 with $171 million in annual sales and Union City Body Co., sister company of motorhome chassis supplier Workhorse, also made the list at No. 95 with $100 million in annual revenue.