MOR/ryde Offers Dealer Displays for ‘Easy Reel’

February 10, 2014 by · Comments Off on MOR/ryde Offers Dealer Displays for ‘Easy Reel’ 

During the recent Stag Parkway Inc. and Keystone Automotive/NTP Distribution Inc. shows, MOR/ryde International Inc. introduced floor display models for their line of sliding cargo trays and Easy Reel cord spoolers.

According to a press release, each display is fully functional and designed to support dealers’ selling efforts.

The cargo tray display features attractive signage and graphics, and a 20-inch-by-36-inch sliding tray that is fully assembled with wood and carpet, allowing customers to see the product’s easy operation.

MOR/ryde said the Easy Reel cord spooler offers a “strain-free solution” for RVers looking to store their 30- and 50-amp power cords.  The Easy Reel allows consumers to quickly and easily spool up the cords and also maximize storage space.  Dealer product displays are available for the two Easy Reel models.

For additional information, contact Mor/ryde at 574-293-1581 or e-mail

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MOR/ryde Expansion ‘Land Swap’ is Discussed

March 25, 2013 by · Comments Off on MOR/ryde Expansion ‘Land Swap’ is Discussed 

A potential land exchange is still on the table between an elementary schools and Elkhart, Ind.-based industry supplier MOR/ryde International which wants to expand its operations nearby, according to the school district’s superintendent.

As reported by The Elkhart Truth, Elkhart School Board is expected to decide within the next three weeks whether to accept a plan that would allow Eastwood Elementary School to swap 10 acres behind the school’s building for 10 acres along C.R. 15 owned by MOR/ryde International. The company is seeking to rezone 22 acres just south of the school in order to expand its facility on Cooper Drive.

MOR/ryde’s plans to rezone the land have been met with resistance from some parents who have children at Eastwood and homeowners who live in subdivisions south of the company’s property. To ease concerns, school officials offered a compromise centered on a land exchange deal.

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MOR/ryde Expansion Could Involve Land Swap

March 20, 2013 by · Comments Off on MOR/ryde Expansion Could Involve Land Swap 

Property lines are not the only things separating MOR/ryde International and the RV supplier’s new neighbors.

The Elkhart Truth reported that close to 80 people came together Tuesday (March 19) to learn more about MOR/ryde’s plans to rezone a 22-acre property near C.R. 15 between Eastwood Elementary School to the north and a group of subdivisions to the south. The family owned business wants to expand its nearby Cooper Drive plant, one of its three facilities in the county.

After hearing concerns from area residents, school district officials approached MOR/ryde about a property exchange that would allow the company to swap 10 acres of its land along C.R. 15 for 10 acres behind the elementary school. If school officials are able to come to a compromise with MOR/ryde, the company has agreed to invest $75,000 to rebuild the school’s soccer field along C.R. 15 with a nature trail and donate another $5,000 to renovate a horse barn on the property for the school’s use.

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Supplier MOR/Ryde Receives OK on Expansion

January 9, 2013 by · Comments Off on Supplier MOR/Ryde Receives OK on Expansion 

The Elkhart City Council approved a rezoning Monday night for MOR/Ryde International that will assist the company with expansion plans.

According to a report by The Elkhart Truth, the council voted to support a recommendation from the plan commission to rezone several parcels along Moyer Avenue from residential to manufacturing. The M2 classification is considered light industrial.

The zoning change was sought by MOR/Ryde, which is planning a 36,000-square-foot expansion, according to Eric Trotter, the city planner.

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