Keystone RV Co. has realigned operations at
its recently opened 77,000-square-foot facility in Pendleton, Ore., which is adjacent to the plant the Goshen-based towable builder opened five years ago,
Don Clark, senior vice president, said the additional space would allow for increased production of the company’s Springdale, Sprinter and Cougar brands.
The Thor Industries Inc. subsidiary will also use the new facility for further development of its Tail-gator travel trailer (SURV).
Keystone also implemented management changes at the facility.
Clark said the toy hauler segment continues to be one of the industry’s fastest growing sectors, “and we are becoming a major player in this market. The new Pendleton production facility will provide for future innovation in this important market.”
In addition to the Oregon facilities, Keystone operates 14 plants at its headquarters in Goshen.