The plant had produced the R-Vision and Holiday Rambler towable RV models, said Melissa Schober, an office manager at Orlando, Fla.-based Allied Specialty Vehicles.
"There is no change to our other motorized RV business, which is growing and profitable, including American Coach, Fleetwood RV, Holiday Rambler and Monaco," Schober said, reading from a statement. "We will continue to honor our warranty obligations for our towable products."
Employees were told they will receive a check for 60 days' severance pay on Feb. 28 and can keep their insurance through April 10.
Allied bought financially troubled Monaco last May from Navistar International Corp. It then closed Monaco's factory in Wakarusa, near South Bend, and shifted its production work to Decatur, about 20 miles south of Fort Wayne.