Goshen, Ind.-based Crane Composites Inc., a manufacturer of fiberglass reinforced plastic RV sidewalls, showed the latest colors offered in the Noble Classic gel coat at the 50th Annual National RV Trade Show in Louisville, Ky.
According to a press release, selection of exterior colors include carmine red, sky blue, lime green and lemon yellow which the company said were very well received by show attendees.
Noble Classic is a high gloss composite fiberglass sidewall panel. Using a unique polyester resin and chopped glass matrix lamination process, Noble Classic provides superior dent, tear and scratch resistance. The most popular exterior finish choice among OEMs, this first-class panel is designed for both laminated and free-hung wall applications.
For more information contact Jack Stambaugh, vice president of recreational vehicles, via email email@example.com or call (815) 467-8600.
Goshen, Ind.-based Crane Composites Inc., a manufacturer of fiberglass reinforced plastic panels for RV exterior sidewalls, announced the hiring of Andrew (Andy) Hahn as application engineer. According to a press release, Hahn, who joined Crane Oct. 22, will be “aiding customers with product trials and troubleshooting any customer complaints.”
Hahn received a bachelor’s in finance and accounting from Indiana University South Bend. He brings over five years of experience within the RV market, working closely with sidewall production and application, including the use of several Crane Composites products.
For more information on Crane Composites contact Jack Stambaugh, vice president of recreational vehicles, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (815) 467-8600.
Goshen, Ind.-based supplier Crane Composites Inc., through Crane Co. Philanthropic Organizations, donated over $20,000 to three Indiana charities in August.
According to a press release, on Aug. 1 the company donated to the United Way and the Salvation Army in Elkhart County. A donation was also made to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society-Indiana State Chapter, located in Indianapolis.
All donations were issued by the Crane Fund for Widows and Children. The Crane Fund for Widows and Children provides direct assistance to underserved populations and touches the lives of many who live in the communities where Crane Co., parent to Crane Composites, and its subsidiaries operate in the United States and Canada.
Crane Composites manufactures fiberglass sidewall finishes for recreational vehicles. In the heart of “RV country,” Crane Composites retains over 140 employees at its Goshen manufacturing facility. Crane Co. is a global leader in the production of fiberglass reinforced plastic (FRP) panels for the transportation, RV and building products markets.