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Disabled Kim was right: the Supermarket and the Net earn money on the p-nes

I saw last year, to get a P-fine of a disability parking at the Supermarket in Vestergade in Odense city centre.

so begins Kim T a letter to the nation! on the way, will be printed p-fines in Denmark and in particular in the parking lot in front of the supermarket in Odense, denmark. the

Imagination didn't extend to a time-limit

Kim seems namely, the private p firms parkeringsbøder gives strife and trouble, as all the business in private, is all about making money, And he doesn't seem that customers in a supermarket, should be punished for that act. Salling Group has seen the letter from Kim, and confirm to the nation!, to the on around 70 of their p-seats, get a share of the money, p-the company gets in the box. Kim's letter thus continues:

I had my disability cards lying visible, but had no imagination, about that which might be 'time limit' on a handicap space, since time is one of the essential reasons in addition to the size of the square.

- Here, the Supermarket accepted that the parking company may fix a time-limit on the disadvantages of the seats, and when I had parked there for many years, without this limitation, I did not notice that the old right had been changed so I had to put a P-Slice, which cost me a fine.

- Føtex and Netto are the same group, and they get the commission of sales at the C-corporations, writes Kim, and Salling Group media responsible Kasper Reggelsen confirm to the nation!, that the group indeed make money when written in the fines out of about 70 of the group's P-spots.

- overall, there is no doubt that we are anywhere free of the constraints of the parking lots at our shops.


- But when we rent ourselves, and not even the owner of the buildings, it is not us who decide, whether there should be any restrictions on the parking spaces - let alone make a deal with any parkeringsselskab - it is the landlord of the property.

- We have approximately 700 supermarkets/department stores and at a few of them, we have to have limitations so we can accommodate the needs of our customers. And here we have an agreement with Apcoa, which stands for the operation of the parking lot, which means that they get part of the money they are getting in on the P-charges.


- it Will say that the rest of the money that customers pay in the p-charges, and ends up in the Salling Group box?

- In cases where we own the buildings, so do they. And even though we any are free, there are, unfortunately, some places where we are seeing people who don't visit our stores, use the parking spaces for long term parking at the expense of our customers, and the customers and we, of course, infuriating over, say the media responsible, but what do you say?

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