Elevators & Escalators
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Mar 22, 2021 Mitsubishi Electric to Supply Elevators and Escalators for "One Bangkok"

Totaling 278 units, including the first double-deck elevators in Thailand
Mitsubishi Electric Corporation announced today that its subsidiary Mitsubishi Elevator (Thailand) Co., Ltd. (MET) has secured a major order from "One Bangkok."

A joint venture between TCC Assets Co., Ltd. and Frasers Property Holdings (Thailand) Co., Ltd., One Bangkok is Thailand's largest private sector property initiative ever undertaken, setting new benchmarks in design, smart-city living and sustainability. The fully integrated district is poised to become a global landmark, attracting top-level businesses, tourists and locals alike by seamlessly connecting offices, retail, luxury hotels, residences, as well as cultural spaces.

The order from One Bangkok consists of 250 elevators, including 12 double-deck elevators, the first of its kind in Thailand, and 28 escalators, totaled 278 units. It is the largest order received since Mitsubishi Electric started the elevator business in Thailand in 1977, and was highly evaluated for its long experience in the elevator market in Thailand and the high quality of its products and services.

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Rendering of One Bangkok
Rendering of One Bangkok
Jan 29, 2021 Maintenance Webpage Opened
We have opened the webpage for maintenance to introduce our high quality maintenance service for elevators and escalators.

URL: https://www.mitsubishielectric.com/elevator/maintenance_main/


 Maintenance Webpage
 
Dec 7, 2020 Mitsubishi Electric Launches u series Escalator

Enhanced passenger safety and comfort, significant energy savings and reduced environmental impact
Mitsubishi Electric Corporation announced today the immediate commercial launch of its new u series of escalators, which enhance passenger safety and comfort and also achieve significant energy savings compared to previous models. The company is targeting annual sales of 500 units in the ASEAN, Middle Eastern, Latin American and Indian markets.




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[Brochure]
Nov 10, 2020 Shanghai Mitsubishi Elevator Produces One Millionth Unit

Continues to expand huge cumulative volume produced over last 34 years in China
Mitsubishi Electric Corporation announced that Shanghai Mitsubishi Elevator Co., Ltd. (SMEC), a joint venture company operating in China, produced its one millionth unit, including both elevators and escalators, this month, 34 years after starting production at the company's Min Hung Plant in 1987. Mitsubishi Electric, working in collaboration with SMEC, continues to deliver safety, peace of mind and riding comfort in China, the world's largest elevator and escalator market, and maintain its market-leading brand.


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Shanghai Mitsubishi Elevator Co., Ltd. [SMEC] (China)
Shanghai Mitsubishi Elevator Co., Ltd. [SMEC] (China)
Oct 26, 2020 Mitsubishi Electric Produces 500,000th Elevator/Escalator Unit in Japan and 200,000th Elevator/Escalator Unit in Thailand
Mitsubishi Electric Corporation announced that it surpassed an historic milestone with the production of its 500,000th elevator/escalator unit in Japan in September.
The company has been developing and producing elevators and escalators for 85 years, since launching integrated production at its Kobe Works in Hyogo Prefecture in 1935. Since establishing its Inazawa Works as a dedicated elevator and escalator plant in Aichi Prefecture in 1964, Mitsubishi Electric has been a world-leading supplier of elevators and escalators with business in more than 90 countries.


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Inazawa Works (Japan)
Inazawa Works (Japan)
Mitsubishi Elevator Asia Co., Ltd. (AMEC) in Thailand also surpassed an historic milestone with the production of its 200,000th elevator/escalator unit in September.
AMEC began production of elevators and escalators in 1991 and reached the milestones of 10,000 units in 1997, 20,000 units in 2001, 50,000 units in 2007, and 100,000 units in 2012.
Mitsubishi Elevator Asia Co., Ltd. [AMEC] (Thailand)
Mitsubishi Elevator Asia Co., Ltd. [AMEC] (Thailand)
Sep 3, 2020 Mitsubishi Electric to Supply Elevators and Escalators for New National Assembly Building in Laos

Will support large government project in growing Lao market
Mitsubishi Electric Corporation announced that MELCO Elevator Lao Sole Co., Ltd. (MLAO), a subsidiary of Mitsubishi Elevator (Thailand) Co., Ltd. (MET), has secured an order to supply 14 elevators and 4 escalators for safe, comfortable and reliable vertical transportation in the new National Assembly building in Laos, which is currently under construction.

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Rendering of New National Assembly
Rendering of New National Assembly
Jun 19, 2020 Coronavirus (COVID-19) precautions in using elevators and escalators (Tips for users and owners)
We recommend users to take measures against coronavirus transmission in using elevators and escalators.
   When using an elevator... (Tips for users)
1.  Avoid riding a crowded car.
2.  Keep distance from others in a hall and car as much as you can.

3.  Refrain from talking in a car.
4.  Avoid touching the car walls and ceiling.
5.  After touching buttons, handrails, etc., avoid touching your face, especially around the mouth, and wash your hands with soap and running water, or use alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
   When using an escalator... (Tips for users)
1.  Keep distance from others as much as you can when using an escalator.
2.  Refrain from talking in a close proximity.
3.  After touching handrails, avoid touching your face, especially around the mouth, and wash your hands with soap and running water, or use alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
   Measures against coronavirus transmission in using and precautions in cleaning (Tips for owners)
We propose that owners should also take measures against coronavirus transmission to protect users by promoting how to use, and precautions in cleaning elevators and escalators.

  [For elevators] Measures against coronavirus (COVID-19) transmission in using and precautions in cleaning
        (PDF file: 486KB).

  [For escalators] Measures against coronavirus (COVID-19) transmission in using and precautions in cleaning
        (PDF file: 466KB).


Feb 27, 2020 Mitsubishi Electric to Supply Elevators for Government-owned Medical Facility in India

Including models exclusively designed for the Indian market, providing safety and reliability
Mitsubishi Electric Corporation announced that its subsidiary Mitsubishi Elevator India Private Limited (IMEC) has secured a major order from the "All India Institute of Medical Science (AIIMS), Bilaspur, Himachal Pradesh." The order consists of a total of 64 elevators, including 48 of a model that is exclusive to the Indian market, at this Indian government-owned medical facility, which houses a hospital and a national medical institute. By means of these high quality elevators and services, Mitsubishi Electric aims to provide the safe and reliable vertical transportation required by medical facilities.

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Image of Mitsubishi
Elevator
"NEXIEZ-LITE MRL"
Rendering of AIIMS
Nov 1, 2019 Mitsubishi Electric Launches MOVE Elevator in European Market

Designed specifically for medium- and low-rise office buildings and apartments
Mitsubishi Electric Corporation announced that it launched its new MOVE elevator model featuring fast delivery, space savings and low environmental impact suited to use in medium- and low-rise office buildings and apartments in Europe. Development and manufacturing are being handled by subsidiary Mitsubishi Elevator Europe B.V. (EMEC), which will market the model in the Netherlands, UK, France and other European countries, targeting annual sales of 1,500 units in the fiscal year ending in March 2026.

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MOVE elevator for European market
MOVE elevator for European market
Sep 26, 2019 Mitsubishi Electric and Mitsubishi Electric Building Techno-Service Jointly to Launch M’s BRIDGE™ Global Remote-maintenance Service for Elevators

Remote monitoring, inspections and data analysis for safety, peace of mind and convenience
Mitsubishi Electric Corporation and its wholly owned subsidiary Mitsubishi Electric Building Techno-Service Co., Ltd. announced that they would launch the M’s BRIDGE™ global remote-maintenance service for the continuous monitoring, inspection and data analysis of elevators via an IoT platform on October 1. The service initially will launch in Hong Kong and Singapore and then expand to other Asian regions, Europe and the Americas, targeting launches in 15 countries by the fiscal year ending in 2022. By providing the service on a global basis, Mitsubishi Electric expects to contribute to the safety, peace of mind and convenience of customers.

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Aug 8, 2019 NEXIEZ-S design expanded
New design components with enhanced functionality of NEXIEZ-S greatly increase its application to buildings. The sophisticated simple designs will suit almost any building design.

New colors and patterns
Door with
window





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[Brochure]
"EZ-Assist System" Members Site
Layout Drawings, Product Specifications, and Design Image tools in our members site have also been updated accordingly.

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Aug 8, 2019 EN81-70:2018 compliant models with more user friendly & comfortable design
In response to revision of the European Standard EN81-70 in May 2018, our products have been updated to comply with the EN81-70:2018 Safety Rules for the Construction and Installation of Lifts - Particular Applications for Passenger and Goods Passenger Lift - Part 70: Accessibility to Lifts for Persons Including Persons with Disability.


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[Leaflet]
Aug 8, 2019 Enhanced DOAS capability introduced on ΣAI-2200C page
Destination Oriented Allocation System (DOAS) which coordinates multiple elevators for smooth vertical traffic has extended the capability. Check out the extended functions "More Security, More Supportive, More Closely Connected" on the new ΣAI-2200C page.




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Aug 8, 2019 MelEye demonstration tool released
A demonstration tool of MelEye monitoring and control system is now available on the Product page.




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Jun 20, 2019 Mitsubishi Electric Launches New Elevator and Escalator Company in Laos

Expected to accelerate business growth in fast-emerging Mekong regional market
Mitsubishi Electric Corporation announced that it has established MELCO Elevator Lao Sole Co., Ltd. (MLAO) to accelerate its elevator and escalator business growth in the highly promising Mekong regional market. The new company, which was established by Mitsubishi Elevator (Thailand) Co., Ltd. (MET), a Mitsubishi Electric subsidiary, will commence operations on July 1, 2019. The new company is expected to strengthen Mitsubishi Electric's sales of elevators and escalators as well as related provision of high-quality maintenance services. Annual sales in Laos are expected to rise to US$ 3.82 million by the fiscal year ending in March 2024, up 50% from the fiscal year that ended in March 2019.

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The building MLAO will be located
The building MLAO will be located
Mar 28, 2019 Mitsubishi Electric to Launch NEXIEZ-LITE MRL Elevator in India

New machine room-less model to be sold exclusively in India
Mitsubishi Electric Corporation announced that its subsidiary Mitsubishi Elevator India Private Limited (IMEC) will launch the NEXIEZ-LITE MRL elevator, an Indian-produced model that does not require a machine room, on April 1. The model will be added to the NEXIEZ-LITE series of elevators for midrise and low-rise residences, office buildings and hotels in India, the world's second-largest elevator market. Manufacturer IMEC aims to sell 1,000 units in 2021.

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Mitsubishi Electric's
NEXIEZ-LITE MRL
elevator
Feb 26, 2019 Mitsubishi Electric to Open "TAKUMI" Inazawa Installation Training Center in Japan

New educational system expected to enhance safety, peace of mind, and comfort
Mitsubishi Electric Corporation announced that it would commence operation of its "TAKUMI" Inazawa Installation Training Center for elevator and escalator installation training on April 1. The facility, which is named after the Japanese word for "great master," is located on the premises of the Inazawa Works, the company's mother factory for the manufacture of elevators and escalators, in Inazawa, Aichi Prefecture, Japan.
Mitsubishi Electric is strengthening its worldwide training of technicians to enhance the quality of its elevator and escalator installations for increased safety, peace of mind, and comfort in the global market. The company plans to increase its number of new-installation technicians in Japan up to 1,000 and installation supervisors outside Japan up to approximately 350 by the fiscal year ending in March 2020.

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"TAKUMI" Inazawa Installation Training Center