Redwood RV Logs Milestone with 1,000th Unit
Syracuse, Ind.-based fifth-wheel builder Redwood RV marked a production milestone Wednesday (May 9) as the 1,000th unit rolled down the assembly line.
According to a press release, the Redwood brand of high-end, all-season recreational vehicles debuted in August 2010 with 270 units built in the first year. Currently, production levels have risen to six units a day, including special runs of the company’s Blackwood product line introduced at last year’s Louisville Show.
“Redwood RV has been growing since day one. In the past six months alone, we’ve had to increase production four times to meet demand,” notes Tom Montague, general manager for the Thor Industries Inc. subsidiary. “We understand what the Baby Boomer market wants, and our robust sales reflect that.”
For the first four months of the company’s existence, not a single unit was produced as the Redwood team gathered market intelligence. “The Redwood RV story is about paying attention to our market and creating a product based on what the consumer wants,” said Montague. “Our consumer demands residential luxuries in a recreational vehicle. Redwood exceeds their expectations.”
“The Redwood RV brand was started with a dedicated handful of people. We’re proud to say that the team we started with is still creating quality Redwood products,” notes President Don Emahiser. “Our team’s customer insights and dedication have been integral in making Redwood successful.”