Monday, May 04, 2009

Keystone RV to call back Workers

It may be a sign of hope in the RV industry. After massive layoffs and plant closings, one company says it's seen an increase in business. For Keystone RV, that could mean a callback for some of the company's 300 laid-off workers starting next week.

“It’s hard to let people go, but for the overall health of the company we had to do it,” said Executive Vice President Bob Martin.

But amid the bad news of cutbacks and consolidation, Keystone is now getting some good news. Dealers are increasing orders for more units after finding credit seems to be loosening.

As a result, the company has been able to increase the number of work days at plants on the Goshen campus, as well as ramp up production of some of their different product lines.

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