rév / verb and noun a company with undeniable momentum
American Industrial Partners (AIP) acquire Collins Industries, including Collins, Wheeled Coach, Capacity and LayMor (October 2006).2006
AIP purchases E-ONE, in carve-out from Federal Signal (NYSE: FSS) (August 2008).2008
AIP acquires Fleetwood assets, including Fleetwood RV, American Coach and Goldshield Fiberglass, from a 363 bankruptcy sale from the formerly NYSE listed Fleetwood Enterprises, Inc. (July 2009).2009
AIP purchases Halcore Group, composed of AEV, Horton and Leader ambulances (February 2010).
AIP purchases majority interest in Collins Industries from BNS (February 2010).
Allied Specialty Vehicles (ASV)
is formed (August 2010).
ASV purchases Road Rescue from Spartan Motors (September 2010).2010
ASV purchases SJC Industries, including
Marque and McCoy Miller (May 2013).
ASV purchases RV assets of Navistar International, including Monaco and Holiday Rambler (May 2013).
ASV purchases Thor’s bus business, including ElDorado, Champion, Federal, Krystal and Goshen (July 2013).2013
ASV renamed and re-branded
to REV Group, Inc. (November 2015).
REV acquires Hall-Mark Fire Apparatus of Florida and Texas, an E-ONE, Horton, and McCoy Miller dealership (November 2015).(September 2010).2015
REV acquires KME fire apparatus (April 2016).
REV acquires Renegade RV (December 2016).
REV creates the Frontline ambulance brand and World Trans bus brand to establish price-sensitive products in those markets (May 2016).2016
REV acquires Midwest Automotive Designs (April 2017).2017