China-Based Ecocampor Seeks North American Dealer Base

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Ecocampor Vehicle Co. Ltd, a RV manufacturer is looking to establish a dealer base in North America. The company has many dealers in Australia, Europe and the Middle East, and now looking to expand their dealers in North America.

A leading Chinese RV Manufacturer based in Guangdong, China, has today announced they are looking to expand and establish a dealer base in North America. Ecocampor Vehicle Co. Ltd, which was established in 2008, already sells their products which include travel trailer, truck and tent campers, internationally on sites such as Alibaba.com and Tradewheel.com in Australia.

The RV Manufacturer has a strong presence around the world where they export their RV products to the United States, Canada, Germany, Australia, Korea, Middle East and “many other countries and regions. They have a growing dealership in in Australia, Europe and the Middle East, but now want to focus on North America.

“We are now still looking for dealers in the U.S.,” Tom Wu told RVBusiness. “We have many dealers in Australia, Europe and the Middle East and want to expand our dealerships.”

According to a spokesman for Ecocampor Vehicle Co. Ltd, the company invested $150 million in their facilities where they now have 40,000 square meters of production space.  With this level of investment, they have become one of the major players around the world. Not only are they one of the major players, but they are also known for supplying products at affordable prices.

The company product range continues to grow, making them one of the fastest growing supply of RV products in the world. They already supply more than 10 types of tent campers, travel trailers and truck campers, and now they applied for more than 20 international patents.

Ecocampor Vehicle Co. Ltd has reported their hardwork and expansion is paying off. Their market share of the RV industry continues to grow. Their current worldwide sales are around $50 million, and a spokesman for the company said they expect their market share to continue to grow.

To show how affordable their products are, and why their market share continues to grow, the spokesman provided details of their pricing which does not include shipping.

 

Offroad RV from $12,000-$28,000

Truck Camper from $6,500-$21,000;

Motorhome from $50,000-$100,000;

Camping Trailer (caravan) from $2,500-10,000;

Toy hauler from  $12,000-$22,000.

For more information on the RV manufacturer, and to see their wide range of products, please visit www.ecocampor.com