From humble beginnings as a metal fabrication shop founded by Larry Lippert after World War II, Lippert Components has grown into the leading supplier of components to the recreational vehicle and manufactured housing industries, as well as adjacent industries including bus, cargo and equestrian trailer, marine and heavy truck. From 42 facilities throughout the United States and Canada, our more than 7,000 employees work together to bring innovative product and service solutions to customers every day. Guided by three generations of family leadership, we’ve grown tremendously, making more than 40 acquisitions in the past 15 years, and have become a $1.4 billion revenue company. As one of the few companies in our industry offering a leadership development program, we attract the best talent in the country and focus on developing employees into strong company and community leaders. More than anything else, we are defined by our core values.
We care about people. Our employees, our customers, our partners, our community — you all play a critical role in our success, and we want to thank you for that. Your input, feedback and support have made it possible for us to grow business, develop better products and impact people for good. Keep talking to us. Together we can work toward a better future for everyone.
Everything that makes Lippert Components great is wrapped up in our Company culture. Our shared core values drive attitude, behavior and action every day at every facility.
We impact our community not only through good business, but also through charitable giving and volunteer work. We encourage employees and teams to volunteer to support healthy and safe communities, and we give thousands to nonprofit organizations every year.
We are committed to continued growth and improvement through new products, market share and acquisitions.
Lippert Components is a subsidiary of Drew Industries (NYSE: DW). Visit the website for investor relations, stock quotes, SEC filings, corporate governance and annual reports.
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