Growth of Cale Web Terminals

Cale Group has seen new deliveries for the Cale Web Terminals.

CWT 2120 Delivery to Amsterdam

Last year Cale received a large order for Cale Web Terminal 2120 for the city of Amsterdam in the Netherlands. Thanks to the good cooperation between Cale Access and Schmit Parkeersystemen BV a large number of CWTs are now in service on the streets of Amsterdam. By the end of spring 600 terminals will be operational in the centre of Amsterdam.

More Terminals for Calgary

Around 450 CWTs are currently operational in the city centre of Calgary, including a recent expansion to the Beltline district. Further terminals are destined for the planned expansion as part of the Light Real Transport project. By early summer 2009, there should be more than 700 machines installed on the streets of Calgary.

New Installations in Italy

Italian parking compa nies continue to expand their stock of MPC terminals. The picture shows one MPC that was recently installed in Genova. The terminal is solar operated and accepts coin payments. Eltron, Cales distributor in Italy, has also installed a number of terminals in the city Piove di Sacco, near Padova, and received further orders from Racale, near Taranto, and from Caselle Torinese, near Torino.

Oslo Goes for CWT

During autumn 2008, Oslo municipality issued a public tender for the supply of parking terminals. The contract was awarded to two suppliers. Cale AS was chosen to deliver all terminals for 2009. The city had previously operated solar powered MP 104s. The excellent performance of these terminals was taken into consideration when choosing Cale AS to supply the new terminals. The contract between Cale AS and the Oslo municipality specifies that terminals from the CWT 2100 series will be used.


Cale Polska Sp. Z o.o. has been distributing Cale products in Poland for a number of years and has recently received an impressive order to commission and service a large number of CWT 104 for the city Świdnica. This is the first installation of the latest generation of Cale terminals in Poland. The installation is also one of the largest projects to have been awarded in the Polish market for some time. All terminals will be administrated through the backoffice system, Cale WebOffice. The town of Świdnica is located at the foot of a mountain range in Niederschleisen.


The cities Glauchau in Saxony and Emsdetten in North Rhine-Westphalia are amongst the first cities in Germany, to have invested in the latest generation of Cale terminals. Stadtraum GmbH,a partner of Cale Deutschland, has installed Cale WebTerminals 2120. The local authorities
based their choice not only on the design of the terminals but, above all, on the flexible presentation options offered by the large touchscreen. In addition to standard parking ticket functions, visitors to the cities can call up information
on local events, the opening times for the civic authorities or a map of the surrounding neighbourhood. In Glauchau it is also possible to buy bus tickets from the terminals, making the CWT a true all-round performer.


Cale has delivered a number of MP 104 terminals to the City of Greater Bendigo. The Town of Vincent, on the west coast of Australia and close to Perth, has also installed new terminals.


Q-Park is changing its profile, which involves a completely new colour on the terminals. During autumn 2008, Bodø municipality issued a public tender for parking terminals. A framework contract was signed with Cale AS for the next four years. The first delivery has already taken place.


Q-Park and Mobilpark are continuing to receive new projects and expand through out Sweden. Jönköping municipality has installed a number of networked MP 104 terminals for post payment in a new parking garage. It has also replaced a pay-on-foot system in another parking garage with an equally large number of terminals, with the same configuration as above.

The parking company Örnsköldsviks P-bolag has also placed an order for MP 104 terminals which will be installed in its new parking garage. These terminals will be networked and used for
post payment.

Based on its positive experiences with CWT 2110 in the past, the old Cale customer Halmstad municipality has ordered further CWT 2110s.
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