Alpacka Raft finds Mancos fine for manufacturing

Alpacka Raft finds Mancos fine for manufacturing

High-end maker of packrafts at home in small town
Alpacka Raft employees from left, Fred Christiansen, Molly Harrison and Hannah Sturm, assemble rafts that employees can use. Alpacka Raft has been making air-inflatable packrafts in Mancos since 2007.
Thor Tingey notes features on a packraft. Alpacka Raft has been making air-inflatable packrafts in Mancos since 2007.
Rick Cover cuts decks for Alpacka Raft’s air-inflatable single and tandem packrafts. Alpacka makes several thousand rafts per year at its manufacturing facility.
Alpacka Raft currently employs 28 people in its headquarters and manufacturing site in Mancos.

Alpacka Raft finds Mancos fine for manufacturing

Alpacka Raft employees from left, Fred Christiansen, Molly Harrison and Hannah Sturm, assemble rafts that employees can use. Alpacka Raft has been making air-inflatable packrafts in Mancos since 2007.
Thor Tingey notes features on a packraft. Alpacka Raft has been making air-inflatable packrafts in Mancos since 2007.
Rick Cover cuts decks for Alpacka Raft’s air-inflatable single and tandem packrafts. Alpacka makes several thousand rafts per year at its manufacturing facility.
Alpacka Raft currently employs 28 people in its headquarters and manufacturing site in Mancos.
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