In a joint venture between the Forestry Commission and Northumbrian Water, Cale MP 104 terminals were installed at the location’s car parks.
Kielder Water & Forest Park is the largest man-made forest and lake in Northern Europe. The special combination of the water and forest plus unique local scenery make for an excellent tourist and leisure location, which is enjoyed by many thousands of visitors each year.
The terminals were chosen for their proven reliability, durability and ease of operation. The terminals also make use of the MP 104’s advanced tariff capabilities to provide visitors with the ability to make donations that go towards the upkeep of the services provided to visitors.
Cale was founded more than 50 years ago. Today, our products for parking, public transport and entry fees can be found in more than 40 countries around the world.
Our goal is to ensure our customers the highest possible efficiency at the lowest possible cost, today and in the future. Most of our product development is carried out at our headquarters in Solna, outside of Stockholm.
Cale is known for its highly skilled personnel, with one-of-a-kind expertise in a number of areas. This means that we often set the world standard in those markets where we work.