Ireland keen on Cale terminals

More and more Irish customers are ordering terminals.
cale 15.12.08.jpgCale recently received another large order for solar powered MP104 terminals for coin payment from the city Drogheda. Drogheda was the first Cale customer in Europe to go with Cale WebOffice in 2005 and since then they have been very happy with the Cale parking solution.

Tipperary town is to introduce Cale terminals by the end of October 2008. An order for solar terminals has been placed with MF Services. As soon as the terminals are up and running, Tipperary town is planning to start using Cale WebOffice.

Galway County Council continues to expand paid parking in their towns. They have recently placed an order for a number of MP104 for Gort town. Other towns in Galway using Cale machines are Athenry, Clifden, Loughrea and Tuam.

Euro Car Parks have been awarded a management contract for both Sligo and Letterkenny General Hospitals in the North West of Ireland. They have placed an order for a number of MP104 for both sites, with the main part being solar and coin configuration and the remaining machines coin and credit card EMV compliant.
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