APARC in conjunction with Telstra, are providing a 7” colour screen kiosk to issue beach permits to 4WD’s. The system has an easy to use ‘look up’ feature for the rangers to validate 4WD rego’s on the go.
Continuing to build on a successful supplier relationship, Greater Shepparton City Council have decided to extend their fleet of reliable ticket machines from APARC and Parkeon. The installation of the new parking meters is expected to begin this month.
“In today’s economy, finding reliable suppliers isn’t easy”, says Phillip Verity, Managing Director. “Thankfully at APARC, Australia’s leading parking meter supplier, we only partner with the world’s best manufacturer – global giant Parkeon. Bringing over 30 years experience to the industry, Parkeon meters are robust and reliable, giving councils like Greater Shepparton City a highly secure parking management solution that reduces operational costs and improves their bottom line.”
APARC are grateful for their ongoing support and business.
It gives me great pleasure to announce that Royal rehab have selected APARC as there parking provider. The latest technology out of world leader French manufacturer Parkeon, will soon arrive at our shores and be installed. This is APARC’S first client in the private sector.
Hollywood Private Hospital – another win for APARC
We are happy to announce that Hollywood Hospital has selected APARC as there parking Meter provider. Meters have been installed and more will arrive soon. This is a second win for APARC in the private sector.
APARC win Macquarie University
After exploring technologies within the parking sector, Macquarie University have opted to go with the latest and greatest Parkeon technology. For APARC, this is another great University that we can add to our most impressive list.
It has come to my attention, that institutions that have been sold the dream, have had to take drastic measures to protect themselves. Institutions have turned off meters in a whole LGA, to minimise their potential exposure from someone’s credit card being compromised.
After many years of coin only meters in Darwin, Council has added value to the LGA by adding credit card to its meters. Spokesman for Council Mr Jim Hatzivalsamis says credit card will make life easier for the motorist when paying by card for longer periods of time. APARC will install the new credit card readers that are fully EMV COMPLIANT, including contactless( Tap & Go) as per the scheme rules within the next couple of months.