Philippe Op de Beeck Takes Over the Management of APCOA PARKING Germany on an Interim Basis
Philippe Op de Beeck, CEO of the APCOA PARKING Group, will take over the business of APCOA PARKING Deutschland GmbH on an interim basis from September 1st. He replaces the previous managing director Hansjörg Votteler, who will devote himself to new professional tasks in the future.
The chosen interim solution ensures continuity and at the same time should provide new impetus. The company is currently expanding intensively in the area of urban hubs and is continuing with digitization through the nationwide introduction of license plate recognition. In addition, APCOA is preparing for further rapid growth of its electric charging infrastructure.
Philippe Op de Beeck has been CEO of the APCOA PARKING Group since 2016 and during this time has driven the transformation of the group from a pure parking operator to a digitally networked and market-oriented service provider for parking, mobility and urban services.
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 who 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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