Fleetwood Enterprises Inc. was back in bankruptcy court on Wednesday (April 15) to determine if the Riverside, Calif-based RV manufacturer will be able to continue paying workers compensation benefits and employee commissions that were both incurred before the company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on March 10.
The company also sought permission to sell of its lingering stock of travel trailers to its biggest RV dealership — Lazy Days RV Center Inc. in Seffner, Fla. — for $2.25 million, according to the Riverside Press-Enterprise. The filings from Fleetwood don’t say how many trailers it have on hand, just that $2.25 million is the best offer it solicited.
Fleetwood is exiting the travel trailer business.
The judge’s decision has yet to be reported.