Phoenix Trailers adds assembly plant in Tennessee

Phoenix Trailers said it opened an assembly facility in Tennessee to better serve boat dealers in the region.
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Phoenix Trailers said it opened an assembly facility in Tennessee to better serve boat dealers in the region.

The company said the move signals its deeper penetration into the Southeast, including a distribution center that is planned in Florida.

Located in Winchester, Tenn., the new facility offers dealers increased inventory of Phoenix’s pontoon boat trailers for immediate delivery.

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