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nagelsgroup at Intertraffic 2012

The nagelsgroup will once again be exhibiting at this years Intertraffic Amsterdam
We have successfully exhibited at this event since 1994. Intertraffic is not solely a Parking Show, but incorporates a variety of traffic based technology products, however it still represents the largest parking contingent in any show worldwide. Intertraffic has over 850 exhibitors from 45 countries, making it an extremely large exhibition running over four days. Nagels will have representatives from all of its group companies: Germany, United Kingdom, France, Netherlands, Turkey, Canada, USA and Australia. Please take time to visit us in hall 2, stand no 02.314, to discuss all your ticketing requirements. In addition and new to the Nagels product portfolio is the manufacture of paper based RFID tickets, using a range of materials and encoding technology.

About nagels group

Nagels Group, based in Kempen, is the worldwide leader in producing machine-issued car park tickets and transit tickets of all types. We currently produce car park tickets for over 50 countries worldwide. Our highly flexible equipment allows us to produce car park tickets for any type of system. We also produce tickets for the transport industry such as tram, train, subway or bus tickets, tickets for toll systems, tickets for various barcode systems, entry tickets for cinemas or theatre, RFID tickets, plastic cards and rolls for almost any pay and display system you can think of.
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