Elkhart-based Thor Industries Inc. (NYSE: THO) has restructured leadership at three of its subsidiaries. Keystone Recreational Vehicle Co. President Matt Zimmerman has been promoted to chief executive officer of the Goshen-based brand. He will oversee operations at Keystone, Dutchmen Manufacturing Inc. in Goshen and CrossRoads RV in Topeka.
The parent company has also appointed Jeff Runels president of Keystone, Troy James will be president of Dutchmen and the new CrossRoads president will be Ryan Juday.
Thor CEO Bob Martin says "this marks an exciting step for our Company as we leverage the bench strength of our Keystone leadership team. Given their extraordinary performance in managing Keystone and Dutchmen, we are confident that our team can bring these operations to new levels of success with a continued focus on dealers and customers."
Runels most recently served as vice president of sales at Keystone, James was Dutchmen VP of sales and Juday previously served as group manager for Crossroads’ Fuzion, Sprinter and Springdale brands.
Thor and its subsidiaries make up one of the largest manufacturers of RVs in the world.