Apcoa Parking Poland in Cracow

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Since autumn 2014 Apcoa Parking manages car parks in the prestigious shopping mall center „Kazimierz” in the city center of Cracow.

Since autumn 2014 Apcoa Parking manages car parks in the prestigious shopping mall center „Kazimierz” in the city center of Cracow.  We offer you there 1600 parking spaces in a parking garage, supported by DESIGNA system with license plate recognition function. There is a customer support service at the car park and our employees are always glad to help and park you. Welcome!

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MIPIM 2015

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Cannes, 10-13 March 2015-MIPIM, the world’s property market, already for 26 years brings together the most influential players from all international property sectors.

Already for 26 years, the world’s property market, MIPIM  brings together the most influential players from all international property sectors - office, residential, retail, healthcare, sport, logistics and industrial - offering unrivalled access to the greatest number of development projects and sources of capital worldwide.  APCOA PARKING, Europe’s market leader in parking management, will participate the forth time at the Cannes MIPIM property fair from 10 to 13 March, 2015.   We kindly welcome you to join us there:

  • 10- 13 March 2015
  • Palais des Festivals et des Congres de Cannes, 1 Boulevard de la Croisette, 06414 Cannes
  • Palais-1, P-1.G66

In case of any questions concerning MIPIM 2015, please find the contact below. tel. + 48 22 354 83 80
e-mail: parkingi@apcoa.pl

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APCOA Parking at SHOPPING CENTER FORUM, WARSAW

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Warsaw, 17/18 September Shopping Center Forum is a regular annual meeting of tenants and shopping center developers since 2005. It is considered to be the biggest event of this kind in Central Europe.

Shopping Center Forum is a regular annual  meeting of tenants and shopping center developers  since 2005. It is considered to be  the biggest event of this kind in Central Europe. It takes place twice a year: winter / spring (one day) and autumn (2 days). As every year, APCOA PARKING took part in this prestigious event, which fell on 17 and 18 September. The main aims of the forum were:

  •   Presentation of projects of shopping centers
  •  Commercialization of  land/ground
  •  Networking developers and tenants
  •  Conferences and presentations
  •  Presentations of new technologies and services for landlords and  shopping centers

The most important meetings- landlords and  developers  Already for 8 years Shopping Center Forum focuses on attracting new landlords and developers of shopping centers in Poland. In September edition of the Shopping Center Forum 2014 nearly 1,300 people (including 250 representatives of landlords) attended the exhibition. The two-day event was intensively filled with lectures, panel discussions, business talks, chats and contacts sharing. The success of three previous editions of the Forum in the form of the exhibition/fair showed how much the Polish retail industry requires a  big prestigious event, offering the exchange of ideas, presentation of projects and new contacts development in commercial real estate world. The next stage of development of the Shopping Center Forum is to become the biggest event of this kind in Central and Eastern Europe.  Many exhibitors wish to enlarge this Forum and to attract more businesses, landlords and developers of real estate arena from entire region. This wish became a major task and future perspective for the organizers.  

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APCOA PARKING Study shows: Women park quicker than men Youth isn’t the measure for better parking

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Stuttgart, 8 April, 2014 – A study conducted by APCOA PARKING, Europe’s leading parking managers, surprisingly concluded that younger

Stuttgart, 8 April, 2014–A study conducted by APCOA PARKING, Europe’s leading parking managers, surprisingly concluded that younger drivers are less competent at parking than their elder counterparts. In Cologne, Frankfurt, Stuttgart and Karlsruhe, students of the Duale Hochschule Baden-Württemberg (DHBW)at Mannheim, surveyed hundreds of car drivers, took note of the time they required to park, and interviewed them.  In the group comprising drivers 18 to 25 years old, it took drivers on average 22 seconds to park their cars. While drivers in the group of 55 to 65 years on average only required 15 seconds to complete the parking manoeuvre. The study also gauged how many steering movements each group required to complete a movement. It found that those aged between 55 to 65 years old required just 1.8 steering movements to complete a manoeuvre, whereas their younger counterparts averaged 1.8 steering movements.

Women park faster than men

In direct comparison with their male counterparts, women proved to be quicker in parking. In fact, the study found that women drivers required just 17 seconds to park, while men took three seconds longer,although female drivers used slightly more steering movements to park (1.62) in comparison to their male counterparts (1.5). Electronic park distance controls turned out to be real “time gluttons”. On average, drivers using the device required 21 seconds to park, while cars without the device were parked in just 15 seconds.

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All our car parks remain open for our customers! Contactless access and automated electronic payments are granted in most of our locations through our free app APCOA FLOW – no need to pull a ticket or to pay cash at the payment machine.