A Customer Success Story: Far Eastern Electronic Toll Collection Co.
A Customer Success Story: Far Eastern Electronic Toll Collection Co.
Far Eastern Electronic Toll Collection Co. Ltd. (FETC) was established in 2004 in Taipei, Taiwan. The company is engaged in the planning, designing, building, testing, and operation of electronic toll collection systems.

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