Indiana's RV Industry Hopes For Minimal Impact From Virus

Mar 14, 2020

In this file photo taken Wednesday Nov. 18, 2009, recreational vehicles are ready for sales in Elkhart, Ind.
Credit Joe Raymond/AP Photo (FILE)

ELKHART, Ind. (AP) — The RV industry in northern Indiana is watching what kind of impact the coronavirus may have on the market.

Many of the factories in China that temporarily closed in the wake of the outbreak of COVID-19 are starting production again.

But there are concerns about transportation and whether finished products will make it to their destination.

The CEO of Way Interglobal Network in Elkhart said there's been some disruptions due to the virus outbreak.

The CEO says the industry should know in the next several weeks whether the coronavirus shock will leave lingering issues.