Originally Posted by Jim Bennett
I bet he would like the 4500 moulds. I would bet the right to the name does not go with the moulds though.
True, but I wonder if he does not already have one hidden away in the back 40 ... but then again Sterling did reintroduce the larger trailer so it may be a whole new mould (note none US spelling :-)).
As Sterling at this point owns the right to the name, it will most likely go with the company BUT Sterlings main focus was van conversations not small trailers so who ever buys the remnants of Sterling may have little or no interesting in retaining the rights to the Trillium name or moulds and be willing to sell separately.
Clearly the decision to split Trillium up between Canada and the US did not work well for either party.... more poorly for the US side of the operation for sure - pretty well from day one.
Suspect we will just have to wait and see how this plays out.