At the end of the line, the motorcycle are grouped by destination. Some require disassembly before being crated while others are shipped as rolling units. The current owners have been able to increase production with fewer employees. Currently, Husky is making about 13,500 units a year, but has the capacity to build 45,000 with a single shift. Double shifts could produce almost 90,000, so when the market returns, Husqvarna has the ability to meet demand. The biggest problem would be finding space to stack up the finished units, but that’s a problem for another time and a better economy.