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SSI: Canadian Towable Sales Off 12.1% for Feb.

April 21, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

                                                                                                                                               Year-over-year Canadian towable retail sales decreased 12.1% in February and 9.3% for the two months, according to the latest report from Statistical Surveys Inc.

Results by segment showed:

• Sales in the travel trailer sector fell 8.4% in February and 6.2% year-to-date.

• Canadian fifth-wheel sales declined 18.9% for the month and 14.3% through February.

• Folding camping trailer registrations declined 25% in February and 19.4% for the two months.

• Canadian sales of recreational park trailers, which totaled three units, were down 90% for the month and 80% year-to-date.

Thor Industries Inc. was the overall Canadian towables sales leader through February with a 35.8% market share, followed by Forest River Inc. (31.9%) and Jayco Inc. (12.6%).

Thor was also the leader in travel trailer sales for the two months holding a 33.9% market share, while Forest River was No. 2 (30.1%) and Jayco was No. 3 with a 14.3% share.

Thor was the leader in the Canadian fifth-wheel sector year-to-date, capturing a 46.9% market share, with Forest River at No. 2 posting a 32.1% share followed by Jayco at 6.2%. In the park model sector, Thor and Woodland Park were the only manufacturers to post sales.

Forest River led Canadian folding camping trailer sales for the two months with a 70.4% market share while Jayco posted a 20.4% share and Chalet RV Manufacturing held a 7.4% share.

To subscribe to this or other SSI reports, contact Scott Stropkai, national RV sales manager, at (616) 281-9898 ext. 128, or (616) 446-8179 (cell).

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SSI: Canadian Towable Sales Off 7% in January

March 22, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

Year-over-year Canadian towable retail sales decreased 7% in January, according to the latest report from Statistical Surveys Inc.

Results by segment showed:

• Sales in the travel trailer sector dipped 5.3% in January.

• Fifth-wheel sales decreased 9.2% for the month.

• Folding camping trailer registrations declined 6.7% in January.

• January sales of recreational park trailers, which totaled two units, were down 60%.

Thor Industries Inc. was the overall Canadian towables sales leader in January with a 34.4% market share, followed by Forest River Inc. (33.3%) and Jayco Inc. (13.9%).

Thor was also the leader in travel trailer sales for the month holding a 32% market share, edging Forest River (30.7%), while Jayco was No. 3 with a 16.3% share.

Thor was the leader in the Canadian fifth-wheel sector in January, capturing a 44.5% market share, with Forest River at No. 2 posting a 36.1% share followed by Jayco at 6.7%. In the park model sector, Thor and Woodland Park each sold one unit in January.

Forest River led Canadian folding camping trailer sales for the month with a 71.4% market share while Jayco posted a 21.4% share and Chalet RV Manufacturing held a 7.1% share.

To subscribe to this or other SSI reports, contact Scott Stropkai, national RV sales manager, at (616) 281-9898 ext. 128, or (616) 446-8179 (cell).

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SSI: Canadian Trailer Sales Drop 15.5% For Nov.

January 21, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

Year-over-year Canadian towable retail sales declined  for the second straight month, down 15.5% in November, while registrations for the first 11 months were up 3.5%. According to the latest report from Statistical Surveys Inc., results by segment showed:

• Sales in the travel trailer sector plunged 14.8% in November but gained 7.2% for the 11 months.

• Fifth-wheel sales decreased 13.8% for the month and 3.9% year-to-date.

• Folding camping trailer registrations declined 20% in November and 9.7% for the 11 months.

• Sales of recreational park trailers retreated 48.4% for the month and 16.7% year-to-date.

Thor Industries Inc. was the overall Canadian towables sales leader through November with a 35.7% market share, followed by Forest River Inc. (16.2%) and Jayco Inc. (15.5%). The Forest River Group, which includes the company’s towable building divisions in a “consolidated” report by Statistical Surveys, earned a 32.9% share year-to-date.

Thor was also the leader in travel trailer sales year-to-date holding a 33.9% market share while Jayco was No. 2 with a 17.3% share while Forest River held a 15.1% share.

Thor held a commanding lead in the Canadian fifth-wheel sector through November, capturing a 49.3% market share, with Forest River at No. 2 posting a 16.8% share followed by Forest River’s Palomino RV division at 9.3%. Thor was also No. 1 in park model sales with a 45.8% market share while General Coach was No. 2 (21.2%) and Forest River third (18.6%).

Forest River led Canadian folding camping trailer sales for the 11 months with a 31.3% market share while Jayco posted a 31% share and Forest River’s Coachmen RV division held a 21.4% share.

To subscribe to this or other SSI reports, contact Scott Stropkai, national RV sales manager, at (616) 281-9898 ext. 128, or (616) 446-8179 (cell).

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SSI: Canadian Towable RV Sales Flat in August

October 22, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

Year-over-year Canadian retail sales of towable RVs were flat in August, up 1.7%, while registrations for the first eight months rose 3.3%. According to the latest report from Statistical Surveys Inc., results by segment showed:

• Sales in the travel trailer sector grew 6.3% in August and 6.9 % for the eight months.

• Fifth-wheel sales declined 7.6% for the month and 4.5% year-to-date.

• Folding camping trailer registrations fell 13.5% in August and 10.1% for the eight months.

• The recreational park trailers segment fell 21.8% for the month and 3.5% year-to-date.

Thor Industries Inc. was the overall Canadian towables sales leader through August with a 35.5% market share, followed by Forest River Inc. (16.2%) and Jayco Inc. (15.8%). The Forest River Group, which includes the company’s towable building divisions in a “consolidated” report by Statistical Surveys, earned a 31.7% share for August.

Thor was also the leader in travel trailer sales year-to-date with a 34% market share while Jayco was No. 2 with a 17.5% share while Forest River held a 14.9% share.

Thor held a commanding lead in the Canadian fifth-wheel sector through August, capturing a 48.8% market share, with Forest River at No. 2 posting a 16.9% share followed by Forest River’s Palomino RV divison at 9.5%. Thor was also No. 1 in park model sales with a 45.5% market share, General Coach was No. 2 (23.5%) and Forest River third (16.6%).

Jayco led the Canadian folding camping trailer sales for the eight months with a 31.4% market share while Forest River posted a 30.9% share and Forest River’s Coachmen RV division held a 21.5% share.

To subscribe to this or other SSI reports, contact Scott Stropkai, national RV sales manager, at (616) 281-9898 ext. 128, or (616) 446-8179 (cell).

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SSI: Canadian Towable Sales Rise 2.4% in June

August 23, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

Year-over-year Canadian retail sales of towable RVs gained 2.4% in June and were flat for the first six months, up 1.3%. According to the latest report from Statistical Surveys Inc., results by segment showed:

• Sales in the travel trailer sector rose 4.2% in June and 4.7% for the six months.

• Fifth-wheel sales edged down 2.2% for the month and 5.8% year-to-date.

• Folding camping trailer registrations fell 3% in June and 9.8% for the six months.

• The recreational park trailers segment grew 8.8% for the month, but declined 23.9% year-to-date.

Thor Industries Inc. was the overall Canadian towables sales leader through June with a 35.5% market share, followed by Forest River Inc. (16.3%) and Jayco Inc. (16%).

Thor was also the leader in travel trailer sales year-to-date with a 34% market share while Jayco was No. 2 with a 17.6% share, followed by Forest River with a 15.1% share.

Thor held a commanding lead in the Canadian fifth-wheel sector through June, capturing a 48.8% market share, with Forest River at No. 2 posting a 16.9% share followed by Palomino RV at 10.1%. Thor was also No. 1 in park model sales with a 57.3% market share followed by Forest River (15.2%) and General Coach (10.1%).

Jayco led the Canadian folding camping trailer sales for the six months with a 32.3% market share while Forest River posted a 31.4% share and Forest River’s Coachmen RV division held a 20.5% share.

To subscribe to this or other SSI reports, contact Scott Stropkai, national RV sales manager, at (616) 281-9898 ext. 128, or (616) 446-8179 (cell).

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SSI: March Canadian Towable Sales Off 21.7%

June 4, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

Year-over-year Canadian retail sales of towable RVs fell 21.7% in March and 16.7% for the first quarter, according to the latest report from Statistical Surveys Inc. The Grand Rapids, Mich.-based firm noted that data for Canada is experiencing a delay, and once it is complete for the month Stat Surveys will put the data into the correct months.

Results by segment showed:

• Sales in the travel trailer sector retreated 19.1% in March and 15% for the three months.

• Fifth-wheel sales edged dropped 27.6% for the month and 19.3% year-to-date.

• Folding camping trailer registrations declined 28% in March and 26.1% for the three months.

• Recreational park trailers segment dropped 47.8% for the month and 35.7% year-to-date.

Thor Industries Inc. was the overall Canadian towables sales leader through March with a 36.8% market share, followed by Forest River Inc. (15.6%) and Jayco Inc. (13.4%).

Thor was also the leader in travel trailer sales year-to-date with a 34.6% market share while Jayco was No. 2 with a 15.1% share, followed by Forest River with a 14.3% share.

Thor held a commanding lead in the Canadian fifth-wheel sector through March, capturing a 50.7% market share, with Forest River at No. 2 posting a 16.4% share followed by Palomino RV at 8.2%. Thor was also No. 1 in park model sales with a 63% share followed by Forest River (11.1%) and General Coach (7.4%).

Forest River led Canadian folding camping trailer sales for the three months with a 33.7% market share while Jayco posted a 29.9% share and Forest River’s Coachmen RV division held a 20.7% share.

To subscribe to this or other SSI reports, contact Scott Stropkai, national RV sales manager, at (616) 281-9898 ext. 128, or (616) 446-8179 (cell).

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SSI: Feb. Canadian Towable Sales Down 5.2%

April 22, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

Year-over-year Canadian retail sales of towable RVs fell 5.2% in February and 9.5% for the two months, according to the latest report from Statistical Surveys Inc.

Results by segment showed:

• Sales in the travel trailer sector retreated 4.7% in February and 9.3% for the two months.

• Fifth-wheel sales edged down 3% for the month and declined 6.9% year-to-date.

• Folding camping trailer registrations declined 21.9% in February and 23.5% for the two months.

• Recreational park trailers segment dropped 9.1% for the month and 21.1% year-to-date.

Thor Industries Inc. was the overall Canadian towables sales leader through February with a 39.7% market share, followed by Forest River Inc. (16.2%) and Jayco Inc. (11.7%).

Thor was also the leader in travel trailer sales year-to-date with a 37.8% market share while Forest River was No. 2 with a 15.1% share, followed by Jayco with a 13.3% share.

Thor held a commanding lead in the Canadian fifth-wheel sector through February, capturing a 50.6% market share, with Forest River at No. 2 posting a 17.6% share followed by Palomino RV at 7.8%. Thor was also No. 1 in park model sales with a 60% share followed by General Coach (13.3%).

Jayco led Canadian folding camping trailer sales for the two months with a 36.9% market share while Forest River posted a 30.8% share and Forest River’s Coachmen RV division held a 15.4% share.

To subscribe to this or other SSI reports, contact Scott Stropkai, national RV sales manager, at (616) 281-9898 ext. 128, or (616) 446-8179 (cell).

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SSI: Canadian Towable Sales Drop 6.1% in July

September 21, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

Year-over-year Canadian retail sales of towable RVs declined 6.1% in July and edged down 1.5% for the first seven months, according to the latest report from Statistical Surveys Inc. (SSI). The Grand Rapids. Mich.-based firm noted that the provinces of British Columbia and Ontario are incomplete for the month and data was unavailable for Quebec.

A sector-by-sector breakdown shows:

• Sales in the travel trailer sector fell 6.4% in July and were flat for the seven months, up 0.1%

• Fifth-wheel sales rose 3.4% for the month but were down 0.8% year-to-date.

• Folding camping trailer registrations dropped 24.6% in July and 18.3% for the seven months.

• Recreational park trailers declined 32.7% for the month and 21.7% year-to-date.

Thor Industries Inc. was the overall Canadian towables sales leader through July with a 34.2% market share, followed by Forest River Inc. (17.6%) and Jayco Inc. (17.1%).

Thor was also the leader in travel trailer sales for the seven months with a 33.5% market share. Jayco was No. 2 with an 18.7% share, followed by Forest River with a 16.5% share.

Thor held a commanding lead in the Canadian fifth-wheel sector through July, capturing a 45.5% market share, with Forest River at No. 2 posting an 18% share followed by Jayco at 8.9%. Thor was also No. 1 in park model sales with a 42.6% share followed by General Coach (14.9%) and Forest River (13.8%).

Forest River led folding camping trailer sales for the seven months with a 30.7% market share while Jayco posted a 30.5% share and Forest River’s Coachmen RV division held an 16.7% share.

To subscribe to this or other SSI reports, contact Scott Stropkai, national RV sales manager, at (616) 281-9898 ext. 128, or (616) 446-8179 (cell).

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SSI: Canadian Towable Sales Drop 4% for May

July 24, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

Year-over-year Canadian retail sales of towable RVs declined 4% in May but were up 2.9% for the first five months, according to the latest report from Statistical Surveys Inc. (SSI). The Grand Rapids. Mich.-based firm noted that the provinces of British Columbia and Ontario are incomplete for the month.

A sector-by-sector breakdown shows:

• Sales in the travel trailer sector edged down 3.7% in May, but showed a 4.7% gain for the five months.

• Fifth-wheel sales were flat for the month, up 1.7%, and rose 3.8% year-to-date.

• Folding camping trailer registrations dropped 20% in May and 17% for the five months.

• Recreational park trailers declined 36% for the month and 20.4% year-to-date.

Thor Industries Inc. was the overall Canadian towables sales leader through May with a 33.9% market share, followed by Forest River Inc. at 17.6% and Jayco Inc. at No. 3, holding a 17.5% share.

Thor also was also the leader in travel trailer sales for the five months with a 33.1% market share while Jayco was No. 2 with a 19.1% share, followed by Forest River, which captured a 16.4% share.

Thor held a commanding lead in the Canadian fifth-wheel sector through May, capturing a 44.4% market share, with Forest River at No. 2 posting an 18.5% share followed by Jayco at 9.8%. Thor was also No. 1 in park model sales with a 42.5% share followed by Forest River (19.5%) and General Coach (15.9%).

Jayco led folding camping trailer sales for the five months with a 30.1% market share while Forest River posted a 29.2% share and Forest River’s Coachmen RV division held an 18.3% share.

To subscribe to this or other SSI reports, contact Scott Stropkai, national RV sales manager, at (616) 281-9898 ext 128, or (616) 446-8179 (cell).

 

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