Parkeon, Inc., the worldwide leader in multi-space parking systems, is pleased to announce that Automatic Control Technology (ACT) has joined its distribution network to deliver and support Parkeon parking systems in Puerto Rico.
This alliance brings together two companies that have decades of experience in the parking industry, and shows Parkeon’s commitment to partnering with the top local companies around the United States.
ACT has been servicing the needs of governments and private entities in Puerto Rico for the past 32 years. Their services include the supply and maintenance of parking revenue systems, access control equipment, and electronic toll collection.
“The market in Puerto Rico is evolving and our clients are asking for more advanced technology to manage their parking operations,” said Gustavo Grundler, President of Automatic Control Technology. “We are very happy to have the opportunity to work alongside Parkeon, as they are such an established supplier in the parking industry.”
This partnership allows Parkeon to continue to grow its market share in the US. ACT has the best resources and experience of any parking services company in Puerto Rico, and is available to meet the demands of their customers quickly and efficiently.
“ACT is a very well respected company within the parking industry and they know their market inside out,” said Jim Dufon, Vice President of Sales. “We look forward to working with them in this growing market.”
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Parkeon is a key player in the sector of urban mobility. By providing a single offer encompassing parking management solutions and ticketing solutions for public transport, Parkeon is now present in 55 countries and is accelerating its growth in emerging markets such as Eastern Europe, Asia and Latin America. Parkeon’s capacity for continuous innovation is demonstrated every day. Systems and equipment provided by Parkeon facilitate management and mobility in more than 3000 cities. Parkeon employs over 1,000 employees worldwide and achieved revenues of 168 million euros in 2012.