Hull’s three MPs have written to the chancellor asking for support for caravan manufacturers in the area in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
The industry, which has major manufacturers based in Hull and East Yorkshire, has been struggling due to the Covid-19 outbreak, the MPs say.
Labour MPs Emma Hardy, Dame Diana Johnson and Karl Turner are calling on Rishi Sunak to take a "flexible, sector-specific approach" to ending the furlough scheme to allow firms to adapt and adjust.
Mr Turner, MP for Hull East, said: "Caravan manufacturing is at the very heart of our regional economy. Coronavirus has taken a terrible toll on people’s lives and livelihoods.
"This government must now ensure Hull’s post-pandemic economic recovery is not stopped in its tracks before it gets fully started.
"As a seasonal business, there is a very real threat that if support is not continued, we will see job losses later in the year," Mr Turner added.