RV manufacturers predict a chassis shortage, analyst says

Supply chain issues are likely to impact RV manufacturing through 2022

A salesperson holds a mobile device while using video chat to show a potential customer recreational vehicles (RV) for sale at Motor Sportsland RV dealership in Salt Lake City, Utah, U.S., on Monday, April 6, 2020. Amid the coronvirus, government agencies are obtaining RVs to house the homeless and provide housing for medical workers who can not return home in fear of spreading the virus. Photographer: George Frey/Bloomberg

Recreational Vehicle (RV) manufacturers anticipate supply chain issues will further disrupt the industry as chassis become more difficult to find. RV manufacturers depend on chassis from new vehicle manufacturers, which continue to produce less volume due to ongoing chip shortages, Eric Lawrence, principal analyst at Black Book, told Auto Finance News. “It’s a vicious circle,” […]

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