Parkcloud breaks into new markets

Parkcloud breaks into new markets

Online parking reservation provider, ParkCloud, has significantly expanded its global network coverage with the appointment of 17 new locations across six countries, including breaking into Luxembourg and New Zealand for the first time.

Adding to its existing airport parking portfolio, ParkCloud is now able to offer its online parking reservation services to customers travelling from Lamezia Terme in Italy, Perth in Australia, and Melilla and San Sebastian in Spain. It also now offers its services across new markets at Luxembourg airport and New Zealand’s Wellington airport.  

With demand for city centre parking on the rise, Manchester-based ParkCloud has strengthened its network coverage across eight cities in Ireland and Northern Ireland with Q-Park. Cities include Dublin, Kilkenny, Cork and Belfast. 

ParkCloud has added Porto di Piombino and Porto di Formia to its growing directory of port parking across Italy. Travellers setting sail for a cruise or ferry transfer can now pre-book their parking at 19 ports across the country.   

The company was founded in 2008 in response to consumers’ growing appetite for finding cost effective deals online. With an aim to connect the world’s drivers with convenient parking spaces, ParkCloud now operates its award-winning business across 41 countries and accommodates over 20 languages.  

ParkCloud’s managing director, Mark Pegler, said: “ParkCloud’s service centres on giving our customers the advantage of choice prior to travelling, therefore, growing our network across the globe and expanding our coverage enables us to strengthen our service offering for our customer base. 

“We’re delighted to have forged partnerships across these new locations and are keen to spur this growth further over the coming months.”