21 November 2019 - 24 Heshvan 5780 - כ"ד חשון ה' אלפים תש"פ
Chinese company opens Israel’s first robotic parking lot E-mail

The first robotic parking facility in Israel was inaugurated on 14 October at the train station in the city of Kfar Saba. It lifts cars to the upper floors.

The facility was established by the Israeli branch of a Chinese company, Tangshan Parking Equipment Company (TOPP), in co-operation with the Kfar Saba municipality.

With only 12 parking spaces, the facility in Kfar Saba serves as a promotional display. However, depending on their needs, customers can order a facility with up to several hundred spaces.

The cost of setting up 500 parking spaces in a regular fiveor six-floor parking lot is about US$18 million, whereas TOPP’s system costs about US$6.9 million.

So far, TOPP has established about 750,000 parking spaces in China. It has also completed projects in many countries, including China, Russia, Japan, Colombia and Australia.

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