Archive for January, 2017

  • APARC tops 30 Parkeon distributors for 2016

    APARC has delivered results beyond belief for Parkeon in 2016. Whilst we delivered our best results in 10 years of trading, 2016 was also special for other reasons. Firstly, APARC won all its new business from competitors. Secondly, after a decade in business, we still haven’t lost a client.

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  • City of South Perth doubles up on sensor technology

    APARC, the official Australian distributor for Smart Parking, have won the supply, installation, and maintenance of another 150 sensors for the City of South Perth. This win means that the product punches well above its weight in terms of reliability and quality, and is by far the best sensor technology in the country (APARC founder Phillip Verity wouldn’t have taken on the product if it wasn’t the Rolls Royce of sensors).

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  • TasPorts grant APARC a second term

    TasPorts have awarded the supply and installation of Parkeon Strada to APARC for a second term. We are especially delighted with this win, having enjoyed a successful 8-year relationship with TasPorts, who were our first ever Tasmanian customer. Today, APARC services almost the entire state, having entered the local market as the underdog almost a decade ago.

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  • Announcement

    Lightning fast install for Lane Cove Council

    The install of 45 Parkeon Strada ticket machines for Lane Cove Council took just days to complete and, as always, went very smoothly. Another APARC customer made happy!

  • Announcement

    APARC awarded City of Palmerston tender

    APARC is over the moon, having won the supply, installation and maintenance of ticket machines for the City of Palmerston in the Northern Territory. This win cements APARC’s 98% dominance throughout the entire state. Council representatives have been a pleasure to work with, and we look forward to a long and successful partnership. A smooth and speedy installation is expected within the next 65 days.