Continued growth in Canada

Cale Systems keeps on selling terminals to many small and large customers
montreal image2_a9be28519a07c01ed6b636a95bd46f2b.jpgCale Systems continues its expansion in Western Canada by adding Red Deer College, Alberta, as another of its college customers. This major institution in Alberta has chosen solar-powered MPC terminals based on the track record of similar installations in environments of climatic extremes, with very cold winters and hot summers.
In addition, major long-time partners of Cale Systems, such as Montreal and Calgary, have continued to add equipment, as have several smaller but equally important customers, such as the City of Kenora, in Ontario, and Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, in Quebec.
Cale Systems has also upgraded many customers from the much-regarded MP 102 to the MP 104 which accepts credit cards. SirFleming College, Peterborough, Oakville, and Northern College, Timmins, to name just a few. All three are located in Ontario.
Over the past few months, Cale Systems has teamed up with many private operators in Canada, as their products continue to meet the operators specific needs. Customers such as Canada Wide Parking, Car Park, Parksmart, Vinci Park, Safeway and SPAQ have added hundreds of solar-powered MPC terminals to their existing Cale fleet.
The most prominent city of the south shore of Montreal, Longueuil, has addressed its commuter parking issues by going on-street with Cale. Using MPC-technology, several terminals have been installed along the Place Longueuil transit hub where more than 115,000 passengers commute every day.
This partnership was initiated by Cale Systems Inc and it has proven to be a great success. The city of Longueuil is currently studying the possibility of adding more terminals to replace its single-space, on-street parking terminals in the older part of the city, using Cale technology.  
The economic slowdown has opened new doors for automated parking and revenue control, and Cale Systems is actively pursuing many new opportunities throughout the business sector.
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