Indigo is the preferred partner of numerous local authorities and private companies for the design, construction(in the last seven years Indigo Spain and have built three car parks), finance and operation of car parks. Indigo has a wealth of experience in the management of car parks in different sectors: hospitals (Clínico Universitario de Zaragoza, Virgen de la Salud in Toledo, etc.), shopping centres (Príncipe Pío in Madrid, Nervión Plaza in Seville, among others), truck parking areas (Repsol Security Parking project involves nine truck parks across Spanish motorways) etc.
Indigo is present in Spain’s major cities, including Madrid, Barcelona, Zaragoza, Bilbao and Seville, where the company manages car parks through concession, ownership, management or lease agreements. Indigo manages public concessions, with an average residual term of 30 years.
With regard to on-street parking, Indigo Spain operates regulated car parks in the city of Zaragoza (7,000 spaces) and in the north of Madrid (83,000 spaces). It also actively participates in progress towards intelligent city models, working with all interested parties to promote a sustainable environment that uses urban resources efficiently.
Thanks to highly qualified personal, we are able to provide high quality services.
With regard to management of the car parks, the National Teleoperation Centre (CNTO) in Madrid is able to remotely monitor and manage the car parks in its network. The CNTO is operated by bilingual staff with specific training for their roles.
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Loïc Delcroix graduated from the Lille HEI engineering school. He started his career in 1999 at Indigo as a sales engineer in the international division. He was involved in both developing the Chilean subsidiary and then selling it in 2005. In 2006, he became Regional Manager and then Regional Director in charge of Russia, Belgium, Spain, Switzerland, and Luxemburg.
He moved to Madrid in 2011, as CEO of Indigo’s Spanish subsidiary. Alongside his responsibilities in Spain, he was appointed Director of the European Region in September 2014 till December 2017
In January 2018, he became Director of Iberia- South America (Brazil, Colombia and Panama).
Loïc Delcroix has been a member of the Madrid branch of the APM (a club for French managers) since 2011.
Álvaro joined Indigo Spain as CEO in September 2018 and has overall responsibility for the company’s deployment in Spain. He has amassed more than 15 years of multidisciplinary experience and has spent most of his career in the world of mobility, holding top positions in leading companies in the sector.
Álvaro has a degree in Law from Comillas Pontifical University (Madrid) and a Professional MBA from IE University (Madrid).
Antonio joined Indigo in June 2007 as a Business Manager in the Development department.
Since the start of 2011, he has been the Indigo Spain Chief Commercial Officer (CCO), with responsibility for the Business Development and Marketing departments. He is currently responsible for Indigo’s commercial policy.
Antonio has a degree in Industrial Engineering from the Universidad Politécnica of Madrid.
He began his professional career at Indigo Spain in January 2001 as Car Park Supervisor in Madrid. In March 2006 he became Operations Manager for the regulated parking service in Madrid’s Zone IV. Since May 2009 as Indigo Spain Chief Operations Officer (COO) – a role which he holds currently – he has held maximum responsibility for the management of Indigo’s entire car park network in Spain, at both an operational and technical level.
José is supervising the contract during its execution, contributing all of the knowledge that he has built up over more than 15 years of experience in the sector, and during his post-graduate training in Urban Mobility.
Juan joined Indigo Spain in 2002 as Deputy Chief Financial Officer and Treasury Manager. Two years later he was appointed as Indigo Spain Chief Financial Officer (CFO), and currently continues to hold this position. He has extensive professional experience built up throughout his long career, during which he has held a range of different functions in the economics and finance departments of major companies in different sectors. Since 2009 he has been a member of the Spanish Garage and Car Park Association (ASESGA) Managing Board.
Juan has a bachelor’s degree in Economic and Business Sciences and an Executive MBA from IESE since 2006.
Indigo and Correos (Spain’s leading delivery company) have signed an agreement for the installation of HomePaq terminals in Indigo car parks. These storage lockers allow Indigo customers to send and collect parcels 24/7 from the Indigo car parks of their choice.
This new service adds to the existing range aimed at simplifying out customer’s daily lives, such as car-pooling, car washing, vending machines, car rental and car dealerships.