Dicor Corp. Maintains Product Push in Louisville

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November 23, 2011 by   Comments Off on Dicor Corp. Maintains Product Push in Louisville

Elkhart, Ind.-based supplier Dicor Corp. will be introducing several new products during the Nov. 29-Dec. 1 National RV Trade Show in Louisville, Ky.

According to a press release, Dicor will be showing: A nitrogen-infused version of its Seal-Tite caulk and putty replacement for exterior windows, doors and hatches; remote controlled shades (including camouflage styles); a simpler Euro-cabinet build system; lighter and brighter motorized steps; TPO flooring that can take a caustic chemical bat; and stronger composite wall panels that can withstand a bowling ball drop from 30 feet (video is available for viewing at

Dicor Corp. said that this is the second year of a major product expansion that has seen a record number of new products from its affiliated companies.

“We’re really changing the face of Dicor Corp. with the wealth of product solutions we’ve put on the table,” said Dwayne Nickel, marketing director. “They’re all aimed at creating better solutions and experiences for RV manufacturers, dealers and consumers.

“For more than 25 years we’ve been principally known for our rubber roof and wheel products. Today we’re putting our long-standing reputation for service, quality and reliable products behind a number of new product lines. These are all tested and proven offerings, and provide simple, innovative products that customers can have confidence in.”

Dicor Corp. said the company “ramped up its commitment to RV quality considerably last year” with a multi-million dollar investment in a high-tech, proprietary system for manufacturing composite wall panels called Vixenite, which will bring a new dimension of rugged stability and quality to the RV structure.

Since then, Dicor Corp. has added five new websites, new management personnel and more new products to further expand its operations. This past summer, Dicor Corp. was named one of 43 Indiana “Companies to Watch” — mid-sized firms that experts see as primed for rapid growth, with the potential to significantly contribute to the state’s economic development.

Along with new products, show goers should be prepared for some “Altered Reality” at the Dicor booth. This could also be called “fun with holograms” (participants can download an app) and is just one part of the company’s entertaining booth display that includes experiments and videos demonstrating product features.

Dicor will be displaying at Booth No. 236 in the North Wing Lobby, Hall 2A, of the Kentucky Exposition Center (KEC).


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