The APCOA Flow App Arrives in the Orlando Parking in Palermo
Download the APP and access the car park with complete freedom: the barriers are raised automatically, the parking time is visible on the app and payment is made directly by credit card, without queuing at the tills.
The Orlando car park in Palermo is set between the city's Palace of Justice and the lively and characteristic Capo food market. Close to the main shopping streets, it is a very convenient car park for those who need to go to the historic center.
And from now, to make it even more appreciated, the innovative access and payment system with Apcoa Flow.
Convenient and useful! Find out how to download the App: flow.apcoa.it
About APCOA PARKING Group
APCOA PARKING Group is Europe's leading parking operator with 50 years of industry expertise. With its 4,700 employees, the company manages more than 1.7 million individual parking spaces at over 12,000 locations. These parking spaces are all situated in the proximity of 70% of the population of APCOAs 13 countries' organizations. With its consistent "asset-light" business model, APCOA is the trusted partner that maximizes value for private and public real estate owners
Via its open digital platform APCOA FLOW, the company connects on-street and off-street car parks with clients, partners, customers, and their vehicles. Based on this technology, APCOA is transforming its car parks into Urban Hubs, providing the physical and digital infrastructure for mobility, logistics, e-charging, and technology-based services. Customers profit from innovative and convenient experiences provided by APCOA and its partners which use the car parks to deliver their services. The environment also benefits as the company actively contributes to the reduction of emissions in cities by decreasing the volume of traffic for logistics and searching for parking. By connecting parking, mobility, and services for urban life, APCOA is positioned to be an integral part of the digital and physical urban ecosystem.
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