Rexhall Industries, Inc. engages in the design, manufacture and sale to dealers Class A motorhomes. Class A motorhomes are self-contained and self-powered recreational vehicles used primarily in conjunction with leisure travel and outdoor activities. The company’s wholly owned subsidiary is Price I, Inc. The company sells its products under the trademarks that include Rexhall, RoseAir, RexAir, Aerbus, Vision, American Clipper, Anthem, Concord, Minibus, EntrySlide, and T-Rex Double & Wide. Class A Motorhomes The company manufactures certain product lines classified as conventional or Class A motorhomes. Conventional or Class A motorhomes are self-powered vehicles built on a motor vehicle chassis, with engine and drive train components, which are supplied by a motor vehicle manufacturer, such as Ford Motor Co., Spartan Motors Chassis, Inc. and Workhorse Custom Chassis LLC. The interior of the completed vehicle typically includes a kitchen and bathroom, as well as drivers, dining and sleeping areas. Class A motorhomes are self-contained with their own electrical generation, lighting, heating, cooking and refrigeration facilities, waste disposal and water storage tanks, permitting occupancy without requiring connection to utilities. Travel trailers are classified as conventional, fifth wheel and hybrid. Other recreational vehicle categories include folding camping trailers, park trailers, truck campers, and van conversions. Motorhomes The company offers five lines of Class A motorhomes: RoseAir, RexAir, Aerbus, American Clipper and Vision. The Company’s Class A line offers many models and floor plans with multiple decors. These various models come with varying chassis and engine types including Ford F-53 chassis with a 310 H.P. 6.8L Triton sequential electronic fuel injection (SEFI) gas engine, Workhorse chassis with a 340 H.P. V8 General Motors Vortec 8100 (L18) gas engine, Spartan Mountain Master chassis with a 300, 350 or 370 H.P. 8.3 liter ISC diesel engine, Workhorse chassis with a 400 H.P. 8.9 liter Cummins ISL turbocharged electronic diesel engine and Models range in size from an overall length of approximately 27 feet to approximately 40 feet with wheelbase ranging from 178 inches to 252 inches. In 2003, the company announced that its T-Rex Double & Wide floor plan available in both gas and diesel models. Specialty Vehicles In addition to its line of Class A motorhomes, the company manufactures and sells specialty vehicles. These vehicles are designed for variety of purposes and varied users, some of which include mobile command posts for police and fire departments, and mobile classrooms. Some of the company’s specialty units are also modified to be wheelchair accessible. Suppliers Chassis: The company obtains front-engine gas chassis from Ford Motor Company and Workhorse Custom Chassis, LLC. Rear-engine diesel chassis are purchased from Workhorse Custom Chassis, LLC and Spartan Motors Chassis. The company acquires its Workhorse products under a financing agreement with GE Capital Corporation. Sales The company sells motorhomes in most of the states in the continental United States. Additionally, the company sells to dealers in Canada and Europe. Competition The company competes with many manufacturers of recreational vehicles, such as Coachmen Industries, Fleetwood Enterprises, Monaco Coach Corporation, National RV Holdings, Thor Industries, and Winnebago Industries. History Rexhall Industries, Inc. was incorporated in California in 1986.
rexhall industries inc (REXLQ:OTC US)
46147 7th Street West
Lancaster, CA 93534
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