Obx is back with a new lease on life
Obx Rentals is back on the road again, and this time, the company is bringing the travel trailer rental business back to the U.S. article The travel trailer business is back.
And it’s bigger, more lucrative, and more profitable than ever before.
That’s because Obx rentals is expanding its operations to include the rental of trailers and RV trailers for sale on the market, according to Obx Chief Operating Officer Brian Kallman.
And Obx will also be looking to make the business even bigger.
The company’s new president, Jeffery L. Buss, said Thursday that he’s confident that the company will be able to reach an even more lucrative new market.
“Our company has always been about doing things the right way and that’s where the money comes from,” Buss said.
“This year, we have more money in the bank than ever.”
The company is also expanding into new areas, like the rental trailer market.
In fact, its stock was up more than 6 percent in the last 12 months.
The growth has helped Obx reach new revenue streams and improve its profitability.
And Buss is confident that he can take the business to new heights.
“We are still in a good place.
We have a lot of things that are working very well and that is good for our stock,” he said.
And that includes the ability to expand into the market for rental trailers.
“We are a much better company than we were a few years ago,” Bess said.
That means it is growing at a faster pace than ever.
In the last two quarters, the number of rental trailers sold by the company hit a record high of 7.2 million.
But while that number may seem high, Buss believes it’s the right number to have.
“I think there is more demand for those types of things than we have ever had before.
And I think that’s because the market is getting more competitive,” he added.
The number of rentals has also risen dramatically in the past few years.
Last year, the Obx company had only about 15,000 to 20,000 rental trailers on the roads.
But this year, Bess expects that number to jump to as much as 100,000.
The average price for a trailer rental at Obx has gone up almost 70 percent over the past five years, from $8,400 to $16,000, he said, adding that prices for a one-bedroom home have risen nearly 400 percent.
“People are looking for the best value and the best location for those type of things.
That is really the way we are evolving our business.”
And the number is going up at a good time.
The market for trailers is expected to hit $2.6 billion in 2019, up from $2 billion in 2014, according Toonist, an industry analyst.
The rental trailer industry has grown from a small group of companies to a very big one.
There are about 7,600 companies in the industry.
And they are getting bigger, Bish said.
He added that the industry is getting smaller, too, because there are more and more of them.
The U.K.-based company has about 6,500 employees, with about 30 percent of them located in the U.
“In the past three years, Bixi has grown to a larger company with more than 1,000 employees, he added, with an average annual turnover of about $200 million.
And with that, the total revenue for the company has doubled in the same time period, from roughly $7 million in 2014 to more than $15 million this year.
The travel trailers market has also grown.
Last fall, Obx posted revenue of $1.5 million, up slightly from $1 million in 2013, but still well below the $8 million average.
“And we are very confident that we can continue to grow and make money.” “
The market has exploded,” Bish told Toonists.
“And we are very confident that we can continue to grow and make money.”
That includes growing its revenue by more than 80 percent since 2014.
The total value of its businesses, which include rental trailers, is $1 billion, Bitch said.
Bitch says that, at the same point last year, he had about 30 to 40 people in the company.
“It’s been an incredible year for our company,” he told Toons.
“That was really the year where things really took off.
And we were very excited by that.”
In the next five years though, the future looks bright for Obx.
The value of the company may not look great in the short term, but Bitch believes the company can grow even larger than it has over the years.
“Our future is bright.
Our long-term future is going to be very, very bright,” he stressed. “