- The West Australian company spent $376,000 in the September 2019 financial quarter.
- It banked a $437,000 R&D tax credit from the Australian Government today.
- PARKD ended September 2019 with $2.1 million.
- The company hopes to advance its modular car park system in Western Australia during the December half-year.
PARKD Ltd (ASX:PKD) is a transportable car park developer in Western Australia that is designing a new vehicle showroom and car storage facility for a prestige car dealership in Perth.
This work includes delivery of documentation for development approval and tender documents for final contract pricing ahead of construction work.
The Claremont-based company is also undertaking a fee-generating concept design for a multi-level car park on behalf of one of Australia's leading property investment funds.
PARKD is continuing its research and development activities to refine and improve its modular car park components to make them lighter, stronger and cheaper.
This R&D activity enabled PARKD to claim a rebate for the 2019 financial year totalling $437,000, which was received today.
PARKD spent $376,000 in the September 2019 quarter and is forecasting $250,000 of cash outflows this quarter, as it spends $120,000 on product research, manufacturing costs and operating costs.
The company said today that interest in its modular reusable car park systems continued to be high, particularly from participants in a $650 million Federal Government commuter car park infrastructure system.
PARKD is continuing to engage with commuter car park project participants.
The company ended September 2019 with $2.1 million cash.