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ETERNITI CARAVANS HAS been hit with the news that the display models of its hotly anticipated new vans won't be in the UK in time for this week's Manchester show.

The company, whose protoypes were built in the USA, has suffered at the hands of the shipping company. The vessel transporting the show caravans to the UK has been delayed at sea, forcing the company to concede that there will be no vans on display in Manchester.

 

ETERNITI CARAVANS HAS been hit with the news that the display models of its hotly anticipated new vans won't be in the UK in time for this week's Manchester show.

 

The company, whose protoypes were built in the USA, has suffered at the hands of the shipping company. The vessel transporting the show caravans to the UK has been delayed at sea, forcing the company to concede that there will be no vans on display in Manchester.

 

Managing director, Phil Daniels is disappointed but his team will still be on hand to talk to prospective visitors. 

 

He explained "We are disappointed at this set back but the team will be on the stand at Manchester with promotional material to take any questions from the public and the media"

 

Eterniti's revised schedule now means the vans are hoped to debut at Glasgow in early February and appear at the London show. 

 

For details about the Eterniti, visit the website

 

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