The story of Arca, the first Italian manufacturer of recreational vehicles, starts with a great passion for outdoors tourism, between Rome and Pomezia.
Elnagh, which up to that time had manufactured suspended forks for bicycles fitted with motors, builds its first caravan, thus entering the world of outdoors tourism.
Mobilvetta, a manufacturer of luxury furniture, starts making motorhomes with a very specific philosophy, which still holds true today: that of the RV as not merely a simple fitted out vehicle, but rather as a fully fledged home on wheels, with comfortable spaces that create a home-like experience with fashionable furnishings.
The Arca brand launches new formulas for living on-board, with integrated motorhomes and overcab campervans, which are still very popular today.
British company CI Ltd opens a factory at Varedo (Monza) to build caravans, and two years later inaugurates its service centre in Tuscany.
The British branch launches CI (Caravans International), and starts building caravans.
McLouis, the hire vehicle company, is established in Colle Val D’Elsa, Tuscany, soon becoming a conventional manufacturer, thanks to the success of its operations in Europe.
The Roller Team brand is launched in Tuscany, offering competitive vehicles for the international market.
The CI plant in Tuscany starts building campervans, the first company to do so in Italy.
Val di Sangro (Abruzzo) is where the new Trigano factory takes over the company's campervan production, opening a specialised facility which is now the number one campervan production plant in Europe.
Under the guidance of French multinational Trigano, we now have 5 factories in Italy (3 in Tuscany, 1 in Umbria and 1 in Abruzzo), with 1600 employees making 6 brands of motorhome and campervan, as well as distributing 1 brand of accessories and acting as exclusive Italian agents and distributors for the Group's other brands.
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