New orders from Uccle, Belgium

Uccle, one of the nineteen boroughs that make up the greater Brussels area, recently placed an order for 60 solar powered Cale MPC 104 terminals that accept coins and the national Proton chip card.
A proportion of the Cale terminals will replace existing machines supplied by a main Cale competitor, whilst the remaining terminals ordered will be used to expand the paid parking zones in the city.

Cale Access and Krautli, the local Cale distributor, will connect some of the new parking terminals to the Cale WebOffice service to enable the customer to evaluate the benefits of collecting transactions, gathering statistics, monitoring alarms, etc. online via the internet.

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