HUB Parking Technology France Opens a New Branch in the Paca Region

Partnership with Mamo’ Consulting Brings Expansion to the South of France

HUB Parking Technology France and Mamo’ Consulting Partnership

HUB Parking Technology, a leading provider of Parking Access and Revenue Control System (PARCS) solutions, is delighted to announce the opening of a new branch in the PACA regions, thanks to the partnership with Mamo’ Consulting, to expand its operations in the South of France.

The new branch will be led by Antoine Mammoliti, a trusted parking technology operator and installer in the regions of Provence and Cote d’Azur, whose team boasts of over twenty years of parking experience with the major players in the industry. The partnership with HUB will bring the capabilities and strength of a global partner and the expertise of international teams, that are dedicated to developing and servicing the most comprehensive and innovative parking solutions. Thanks to a keen focus on digital advancements and to constant learning at all levels, corporate product training is first provided from HUB headquarters, in order to keep all service engineers up to speed with the latest developments. In fact, the new branch engineers have successfully completed the first session with the Global Tech Assistance team at Bologna headquarters, last May: Jupiter technical training.

HUB Engineers
Through sales and field service, the branch will further expand the distribution of a comprehensive range of HUB’s integrated solutions and services. These include Jupiter equipment, JMS Management Software, ticketless solutions, and a complete portfolio of parking innovations that cover the business need of multiple actors in the parking sector: municipalities, mobility hubs, hotels, business centers, mixed-use real estate, and airports among others.

We are thrilled to become part of HUB and FAAC Group at large, and provide French customers with their renowned equipment and digital solutions. Our long-trusted experience in parking solutions for municipalities and business centers combines well with HUB’s product and software offering with an extremely efficient customer service. Our presence in the PACA regions will ensure customers the utmost proximity and a timely assistance: the team is ready” says Antoine Mammoliti, Business leader of the new branch and former founder of Mamo’ Consulting.

We enthusiastically welcome the new team to HUB family, further establishing our footprint in France,” said Ivan Somma, Business Unit Manager at HUB France. “Together, we will make it possible to satisfy the most varied customer requirements in the marketplace, which evolves at light speed; from smaller installations to large complexes where the equipment is managed through centralized control rooms. In conjunction with the launch of Jupiter product range, this marks an acceleration for our business in France, and we’re ready to take operations to the next level.”

The new branch will thus maximize the capabilities and geographical reach of HUB Parking Technology France in the country, and further establish its expertise in elevating the complete parking experience for drivers, and empowering local operators with progressive technology: flexible and integrated solutions for modern cities become now tangible reality.

About HUB Parking TechnologyHUB logo

HUB Parking Technology is the FAAC Group Business Unit that develops, manufactures, installs and provides after-sales services for Parking Revenue Control Systems branded ZEAG, DATAPARK and FAAC. Through its local Group companies and distributors it is represented in all five continents and more specifically in North & South America, Europe, Africa, the Middle East, Asia and Australia.

For more information about HUB Parking Technology, visit: www.hubparking.com

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Aaron Temple
What is the legal contract entered into with pay and display parking? For example am I technically renting the space where my vehicle is parked? Is the space occupied by my vehicle public land?

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