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Bronte Howson chairs Parkd. Photo: Attila Csaszar

Parkd seeks ASX listing

A modular car park construction company chaired by former Automotive Holdings Group boss Bronte Howson has announced plans to raise $6 million from investors and list on the ASX.

Nedlands-based Parkd will raise the funds through the issue of 30 million shares at 20 cents each, with the proceeds to be used to develop its lightweight concrete modular car parking system.

The system provides the ability to relocate the car park or adapt it to changing parking demands by either adding or subtracting to the structural levels of a car park.

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