Happy Birthday Cale BriParc !

Cale BriParc, leading suppliers of parking equipment throughout the United Kingdom, recently celebrated their 20th birthday at their Head Office in Tonbridge, Kent.
Originally founded in 1983 under the name of BriParc Limited, the company specializing in Pay and Display parking equipment, establishing themselves initially as the UK distributor for Cale Pay and Display machines, and culminating in the acquisition of BriParc by Cale Access in 1999, to create today’s Cale BriParc.
Steve Nicholls, Managing Director of Cale BriParc, said, “We are immensely proud of the sustained growth of our company. We have always sought to be a forward thinking company, expanding our product portfolio to include, amongst others, barrier and bollard systems.
“In 1989, we were privileged to install the first Smart Card based Pay on Foot system, offering an alternative to the wastage and environmental unfriendliness of paper tickets, as well as a range of facilities such as devaluation not normally available with systems using other ticket media.”
“Being a part of the Bewator Group, a multi-national group of access control and surveillance companies, gives us the stability and the scope to ensure that our company continues to grow for many years to come, and will continue to seek and invest in ways to provide better parking solutions to meet the modern demands of parking managers.”

For further information about Cale BriParc Ltd, please visit www.calebriparc.co.uk
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