Airstream hiring 300 workers for new plant as demand booms
CLOSE Oct. 15 -- Airstream CEO Bob Wheeler discusses the company's growth and success. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets."
As the recreational-vehicle industry booms, the maker of those iconic silvery bubble-shaped trailers, is expanding.
Airstream is going to invest $40 million and open a new plant in Jackson Center, Ohio, hiring 300 workers to try to meet growing demand, CEO Bob Wheeler told CNBC Monday.
"This expansion will allow us to increase our capacity by 50%," Wheeler told the network.
Airstream, which is best known for its trailers but also makes motorhomes, is... read more
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