Cale Australia has received an additional order for a CWT 104 upgrade for the City of Subiaco as well as a repeat order from the City of Joondalup. Cale is also installing a number of CWT 104 terminals for evaluation in the city of Melbourne.
The Finnish Cale distributor Laatukilpi has sold 55 MP 104 EMV terminals, connected to CWO, to the City of Seinäjoki. Seinäjoki is famous for a cross church designed by the well-known architect Alvar Aalto and for the tango festival being held each year and which is visited by 100,000 people.
Cale has received orders for a number of MP 104 terminals from the cities of Poprad and Trnava.
Cale’s Dutch distributor, Schmit Parkeer-systemen has signed a 4-year-framework agreement for CWT 2120 terminals with a new customer, the City of Arnhem.
The first terminals are due to be installed during the autumn, and there is the potential for the number of terminals to reach three figures over the period of the agreement.
Three years ago, Cale Systems Inc. was chosen by the City of London, Ontario, to install several on-street units. The project was such a great success that the City decided to replace all of its current parking units with Cale products.
London has therefore initiated a three-year programme with Cale to equip the city with a large number of MPC terminals along with Cale WebOffice 1 (CWO 1) as the back-office.
Impark, Canada’s largest parking operator, is also located in the city, and has also chosen Cale to upgrade all of its off-street parking units.
Almost 50 Cale parking terminals were therefore successfully deployed and installed in London at the beginning of August this year.