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Bug fixes

We have solved two reported bug fixes in the booking panel.

  1. Modify reservation if parking was full booked (now you can modify/edit an active reservation if parking is full booked)
  2. If check-in the same day, you couldn’t modify/edit the booking (now you can edit the reservation the whole check-in day, cancel booking must be done before 11am (CET) at check-in day.
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New reservation system for invoice customers

Important information from Security Park Sweden

We want to inform you that we from January 1st, 2021 will upgrade and change to a new improved reservation system for our invoice customers. If you already is a customer today, you will have to apply for a new account to gain access to this new system, you can do so on this page:
https://secpark.com/invoice-account/

We will fade out the (current) old reservation system meaning that you are only able to reserve until the last December, from January new reservations can only be entered via the new system. Due to technical limitations, we have to close and open the new system on the same day, which means that you will not be able to book in January at all until the new system is live (January 1st).

Our new system will be so much smoother and easier than ever before, giving you the opportunity to gain full access over your companies reservations and pin codes regardless of who booked within the organization.

Our ambition is to offer a competitive price with easy to access systems. In order to maintain the same availability, security, costs for new systems and service there will be a price adjustment from January 1st.
The new prices for invoice customers will be 200:-SEK (including VAT) and 250 SEK for non-contract bookings.

We will also change the terms and conditions to be able to have access to the invoice account-type, that’s why you need to apply for a new invoice account and accept the new terms to still have access and get your reservations invoiced.
There will be an annual fee of 4000* SEK to have access to the new booking system but you will instead have a discounted price per day towards a non-contract customer.
Please send in your application ASAP in order not to risk being locked out from the system when this is migrating. 

During the year we have also upgraded and provided the parking with a new technology that includes guarding with thermal cameras/sound system and we have also increased the frequency’s of check by Security Guards. 

There are some exemption rules for trade in services within the EU related to a property, it should be taxed in the country where the property is located. Therefore TAX is included in our invoices. We send our invoices in SEK.
  *=excluding VAT

Sincerely, 
Team Behind Security Park Sweden www.secpark.com

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Changes to opening hours due to covid-19

Impact of the novel coronavirus

The COVID-19 outbreak is affecting many regions across the world. Secpark’s primary focus is the safety of our employees and customers. We have analyzed the local situation and have taken actions to reduce the risk of employees or customers being exposed to the virus.

Secpark continues to monitor the situation of the Novel Coronavirus and recommendations from the local authorities and the World Health Organization and is committed to keeping partners and customers updated about how the situation develops.

For now due to new covid-19 restrictions, we will close at 22:00 on Saturdays and Sundays until further notice starting from 7/11 2020.

Sincerely,

Team behind Security Park Sweden

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EUROPOL OPERATION LEADS TO 68 ARRESTS FOR €10 MILLION ‘FAST AND FURIOUS’ HEISTS FROM MOVING TRUCKS

An unprecedented law enforcement operation involving five countries has resulted in the taking down of one of the most active networks of cargo thieves operating across Europe.

Composed of over 100 members, this organised crime group is believed to have committed over 150 acts of cargo theft and caused losses worth in excess of €10 million. The coordinated actions took place under the umbrella of a joint investigation, code-named ‘ARROW’, coordinated by Europol.  

This latest phase of Operation ARROW resulted in the arrests in Romania of 37 members of this highly professional criminal syndicate. 73 house searches were carried out in the early hours of the morning across the country by the Romanian National Police (Poliția Română) and the French National Gendarmerie (Gendarmerie Nationale) with the support of Europol.

These arrests follow those in other European countries of more members of the same criminal group. 10 suspects were arrested in France earlier this year by the French National Gendarmerie as part of a parallel action, and a further 10 suspects were detained in Spain, six in the Netherlands and five in Sweden, Europol reported. European arrest warrants have been issued for the remaining members at large. 

The arrested individuals, who are originally from Romania, are suspected of carrying out thefts from moving lorries, even as the drivers continued to drive at high speed on motorways, oblivious to the crimes taking place.

“Executing such thefts requires a high degree of sophistication. One car would start to drive slowly in front of the lorry while two other cars held up the other traffic. A fourth car would drive up close behind the lorry. One of the criminals would climb out of the car’s sunroof onto the bonnet and break open the lock on the lorry with an angle grinder. The valuable cargo would then either be transferred to their vehicle, or thrown on the side of the road to be picked up later. The driver of the lorry and other road users were often completely unaware of what was going on,” the Europol statement said.

Involved from the very onset of the investigation in December 2016, Europol brought together the different police forces to help them connect the dots between their own national investigations and provided analytical support before and during the action days. Intelligence gathered during the operation is now being analysed.

Thorsten Neumann, President & CEO of TAPA EMEA, said: “It is very reassuring for all supply chain security stakeholders to see this incredible level of commitment to reducing cargo thefts by Europol and the law enforcement agencies of EU Member States. We congratulate them on this highly successful operation and continue to offer them our full support in their future investigations.”