Avento caravan windows
Caravanbouw van der Hagen started producing caravans in 1964. They did this on a small scale from Meerkerk.
The caravans were sold by Schreuders Sport in Leerdam, which uses the Avento brand name for various items. When Van der Hagen later took up caravan sales himself, the name Avento continued to exist. Production grew from 100 in 1970 to 600 in 1978. In 1998, Avento brought an English tinted caravan onto the market, the Cottage. On March 24, 1999, Caravanbouw Van der Hagen filed for bankruptcy and on April 14, the bankruptcy trustee and the bank decided to allow Avento to join the investment group H2 Equity Partners. On 3 May 1999, H2 took over the estate and transferred the Avento production to Kip Caravans in Hoogeveen. There was no more room for the Cottage and the Master range. The change started with a cautious model policy, until the Gran Turismo appeared in the summer of 2004: recognizable as an Avento in terms of color, but otherwise new and daring in all respects. Kooymans D-Sign's design surprised everyone and in 2005 the 'GT' was promptly awarded 'Caravan of the Year'. In 2001, H2 (which also included Chateau Caravans) transferred its caravan interests to the Tirus Group from Oirschot. Tirus was owned by a number of private individuals and also had the investment banks Fortis and UBS as shareholders. After the bankruptcy of Tirus in 2007, Kip made an independent restart, but went bankrupt again in 2010, after which the production of Avento caravans was discontinued. A later reintroduction was not forthcoming.
Ordering caravanwindow for Avento
Does your Avento caravan need new caravan windows? Please contact Willemsen Caravans. We are happy to help you with the purchase and installation of the new window. You can contact us via the contact page or by filling in the quotation form on the website. On this quotation form you need to describe your window in detail so that we can find the right window for your Avento caravan.