Parkhelp will attend Intertraffic Istanbul 2013

Parkhelp the international specialist in mobility solutions by managing indoor and outdoor parking spaces will be attending Intertraffic Istanbul 2013 on May 29-31 in Turkey. Hall 10, booth 103-A.

With an impressive line-up of exhibitors and a comprehensive free to attend side programme to match Intertraffic Istanbul is an outstanding business platform specifically for the Eurasian market. 

Over 200 international and national suppliers will be displaying and demonstrating their latest traffic technology solutions at the 7th edition of the region’s leading event for infrastructure, ITS traffic management, safety and parking. Intertraffic Istanbul takes place from 29-31 May in the Istanbul Expo Centre.

If you want to meet us at Intertraffic Istanbul 2013, please fill in the form on our website. You can also tweet us at @Parkhelp

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About ParkHelpParkHelp

ParkHelp is a global pioneer company in mobility and sustainability solutions for cities. The company, founded in 2004 and based in Barcelona, is 100% Spanish and present in 45 countries. It currently has subsidiary companies in Brazil and the USA.

ParkHelp symbolizes innovation, quality and service, proof of which are over 200,000 parking spaces installed all over the world.
ParkHelp was recently recognized by “La Caixa” and ENISA as one of the six fastest growing innovative companies in Spain, as well as being a finalist for the EmprendedorXXl2012 prize in the CrecesXXI category.

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