Came wins Public Utilities’ contract for 22 parking-facility management sites in Kuwait City | CAME
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Came wins Public Utilities’ contract for 22 parking-facility management sites in Kuwait City

Treviso, 7 October, 2014 – Being recognized as a regional leader in the high level active security and automatic access-control systems, CAME GULF, in partnership with its resident partner UTC General Trading Co., has been chosen by Public Utilities Management Company, to produce the parking system that is to manage, in its first phase, 22 different parking facilities spread out across Kuwait City. This for sure is a recognition of the ground-breaking and outstanding performance and exceptional track record of the partnership of UTC and CAME throughout the years and an acknowledgement for CAME’s continuous support of the construction, transportation and security sectors, boosting CAME’s presence in the GULF region.

CAME's capability to offer and propose a fully customized product and tailored solutions for each specific situation has led Public Utilities Management Company to award CAME & UTC this major contract.
Thanks to its continuous innovations in developing modular systems of access control for vehicle entrances, CAME rejuvenates and stands out by assisting the final operator starting from the initial project planning stage and developing personalized solutions to meet every specific need.

This Elite and Prestigious project, requires the supply of the PS One barcode automatic parking facilities system for multi-level and reserved parking area facilities, featuring web-based technology with industrial Ethernet developed by CAME's Italian Research & Development laboratories.

22 different full parking facilities are scheduled for completion within late 2014, witnessing the installation of 36 entry units, 39 exist manual pay-stations and 75 aesthetically modern-style barriers.
The year 2015 will realize the installation of the balance parking facilities fitted with manual as well as automatic payment stations.
The entry units have been explicitly designed to meet the special requirements of operation in very high-temperature zones, and are made with special, highly-reflective varnishes and fitted with internal cooling systems to overcome the harsh heat, tough weather effects and strong direct sunlight.
The specifically-designed CAME central management software will be providing extraordinary levels of customization to the system enabling Public Utilities’ Head Quarters to control and generate live reporting of all their parking facilities combined.

Congratulating both CAME GULF and UTC for the truly strategic collaborative efforts that has led to being awarded such a major contract in Kuwait City, and thanking Public Utilities for the trust and confidence in CAME’s high quality systems, Andrea Menuzzo, the CEO of CAME GROUP has announced that "We are very proud to have secured such a major contract in the State of Kuwait, – it's an evidence of CAME's ability to provide adaptive products and solutions, suitable for any specific customer requirements. This truly will assist CAME GROUP to continue in serving and meeting the growing demands of security and access control in the region by servicing all phases in project development from initial consultancy through the distinctive designs and supply of bespoke solutions".

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