Aparc-Parkeon, continue to lead the Australian onstreet market, and make it a "one act affair"

Darwin City Council, Greater Shepparton, and Burwood Council, have all recently appointed, APARC-Parkeon as successful for the supply, installation and maintenance of ticket parking machines.
APARC Managing Director Phillip Verity said the triple crown was acknowledgement of the quality of the Parkeon product and the impact APARCs focus on maintenance and zero tolerance to down-time has had on the market.
Parkeon has a 70% share of the global market for on-street parking systems. With an installed base of 140,000+ machines, the Companys parking terminals Is a familiar sight in over 3,000 cities across 40 countries. It employs over 1000 people worldwide and generated revenues of $270 million in 2009. Parkeons manufacturing facility has a production capacity of 2,000 Pay & Display units per month.
When this partnership was launched there were hopes APARC Parkeon could emulate the worldwide dominance for the company. I see no reason why our partnership should not evolve so that Parkeon becomes the dominant supplier of on-street parking systems in Australia, as it is in the rest of the world, said Phillip Verity, APARCs Managing Director back in 2006. To see this become a reality is proof of our true belief in the product.
Since the first significant contract was awarded to the APARC-Parkeon alliance by Waverley Council in 2006, to preferred supplier contractor for City of Sydney, APARC-Parkeon continues to win market share at a rate of knots.
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