Hectronic's parking ticket machines are a success story

Hectronic's parking ticket machines have a fantastic intermediate report to make - the 30,000th has come off the production line.
Since the introduction of the first electronic parking ticket machine in 1994, Hectronic GmbH has managed to successfully establish a concept for parking management products which has been incredibly well received internationally.

Indeed, it's so successful that at the beginning of December 2010, the 30,000th parking ticket machine left the Hectronic factory in Bonndorf. This means that since its introduction in 1994, an average of almost 170 Hectronic parking ticket machines has left the factory per month in order to assume operation all over the world.

Hectronic parking ticket machines can now be found all over the world: metropolitan areas such as London, Sydney or Frankfurt are home to the devices just as much as the quiet town of Bonndorf in the Black Forest with 6,000 inhabitants.

The anniversary ticket machine will start operation in the Alp region in Kaernten (Austria). 
30.000.jpgOperations Manager Eckhard Fechtig (left) and Business Unit Manager Wolfgang Stanek (right) pictured with the 30,000th device

Hectronic GmbH

hectronic.pngHectronic GmbH is a company with their main office in Bonndorf in the Black Forest, Germany, which specialises in the development of intelligent system solutions for the parking and refuelling sector. Since the foundation of the original company Kienzle in 1928, Hectronic has since developed into an internationally operating industrial company. Hectronic solutions are sold all over the world and the business employs almost 200 staff, operates 7 sales offices and cooperates with around 90 international sales partners.


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