Truma Interconnect Gains Momentum for Elkhart Open House

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September 27th, 2022

The Truma Interconnect package of heating, cooling, and hot water systems will be on display across Elkhart County at the Elkhart RV Dealer Open House following its debut at America's Largest RV Show in Hershey, Pennsylvania. A growing number of RV manufacturers are turning to Truma to provide a Simply Better and more comfortable camping experience.

Truma Upgrades, Adds Personnel at Lakeland Service Center

exterior Lakeland Service Center

August 31st, 2022

Truma North America has made some changes to their Lakeland, Florida Service Center to accommodate more Truma and Alde customers. The new, fully-stocked service center is just around the corner from the old location and features a 45-foot-long garage with 14-foot height clearance to fit RVs and motorhomes of any size. The location is fully stocked with factory-direct parts for both Truma and Alde systems, ensuring efficient repair and minimized appointment wait times.

Annual Truma Spring Clean-up Expands in the Second Year

Truma employees will once again be celebrating Earth Day by cleaning up the roadways around our North American Headquarters in Elkhart, Indiana, and this year we will have help. In March, we invited other companies and organizations in the RV industry to join us for our Second Annual Truma Spring Clean-up Event. We are pleased to announce that volunteers from Century Chemical Corporation and the RV Women's Alliance will be adding much-needed helping hands.

Truma Offers Cold Weather Certification for RVs

The RV Industry Association (RVIA) is predicting total shipments of RV will once again exceed 500,000 units in 2022. Annual RV shipments have hovered between 500,000 and 600,000 units for the last five years. While this is fantastic news for the RV and camping industry as a whole, it is putting strain on campgrounds across the country during peak travel months. As a result, more and more RV owners are looking to avoid the crowds of Summer and expand the use of their RVs into the cooler months of the year. For these travelers, heating systems become a critical requirement to ensure their safety and comfort while camping in lower temperatures.