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Thor Industries Announces Long-term Goals - Quick Facts

Thor Industries, Inc. (THO) said it plans to achieve three performance goals by the end of fiscal 2025: annual net sales of $14 billion; sustainable gross margins of 16 percent; and generate over $3 billion in cumulative net cash from operations. The company's long-term strategic plan seeks to expand its international position within the recreational and outdoor space.

Bob Martin, Thor CEO stated: "Our management team is focused on the long-term goals of our business. We make our strategic and operating decisions based not just on the next year but the next five years or more."

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