Thorough pursuit of safety and rationality
5SP parking system

We will invest in personnel development, refine our technologies,
and then ​bring our products all over the world.

Since its establishment in 1987, M.P.E. Corporation has been engaged in the development, design, production, maintenance and inspection of mechanical multilevel parking facilities, which are supported not only in Japan but also overseas by the \"5SP Parking System\" (international patent) that thoroughly pursues safety and rationality.
In recent years, we have been focusing on China and Southeast Asia, where economic growth is remarkable, including the first multi-story parking facility in the Philippines. In the future, we will continue to provide smart and rational parking facilities through technology alliances with an eye on the entire world.

We believe that securing parking space, which is a social problem, through effective use of land, thorough safety and rationality, improvement of technology, and realization of various services will lead to social contribution, and we are working on it every day.

Overseas expansion

Our system of 5SP multi-story parking garages is equipped with advanced technology through technical cooperation, and can be built in various locations at reasonable prices. Our technical partners can introduce the technology if they have the technology to fabricate steel structures, and can construct various types of parking facilities equipped with advanced technology with our technical guidance in various locations.

Parking systems that thoroughly pursues safety and rationality

We have various types of parking systems, such as multi-level parking facilities, tower parking facilities, and underground parking facilities. We are able to respond to all kinds of customer requirements by handling a variety of parking facilities. We have also obtained 10 patents in Japan, 2 in Taiwan, 2 in Korea, and 1 in China, as well as 10 ministerial approvals.
In Japan, we have 4,500 pallets in operation, mainly in the Kansai and Kanto regions.
Overseas, we have received orders for 4,700 pallets in South Korea, 760 pallets in Taiwan, and a total of about 600 pallets in China, Singapore, Iran, Romania, and Australia.

5SP Parking System

M.P.E.\'s \"5SP Parking System\" can be selected either horizontally or vertically according to the shape of the land, and it can also move in three different directions to provide parking space above the entire vacant lot (patented by M.P.E.), making effective use of the land.

What is the 5SP Parking System?

The 5SP Parking System can be selected either horizontally or vertically according to the shape of the land, and it can also move in three axes to secure parking space above the entire vacant lot (our patent), making effective use of the land. When entering a parking lot, the lifter is always underneath the person or vehicle. This is a design that thoroughly pursues safety.
In addition, we have obtained nine certifications from the Minister of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism and five patents for our various designs that make full use of advanced technologies such as inverter control and friction systems (patented by us).
This parking system, which thoroughly pursues safety and rationality, has many advantages as an urban facility.

For safe and secure use

Periodic maintenance is required to use the mechanical parking system comfortably (separate maintenance contract is required). Regular maintenance includes inspection of each part of the vehicle and refueling.
We also replace parts that have deteriorated over time, and check and report on wear and tear conditions caused by machine operation.
In the event of emergency problems such as inoperability when using the parking lot, we will instruct and respond by communicating with our maintenance partner.
It is also possible to diagnose malfunctions over the Internet, so it can handle problems in remote locations.

This is a system for remotely monitoring and diagnosing the operating status of mechanical parking equipment. This is done by connecting a communication device to the control computer of the device, and remotely reading and analyzing the control signals of the device, so that the operational status of the device can be monitored remotely 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, just like elevators.