About Klaus Multiparking
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About Klaus Multiparking
Throughout our history, KLAUS has developed innovative products of the absolute highest quality – all made in Germany.
Of course, it took many decades of technological advancement to make Klaus the leading international supplier of parking systems we are today. We introduced parking systems to the market in 1964, and history was made when we were chosen as the supplier for a 300-vehicle project during preparations for the the 1972 Olympic games in Munich. Today Klaus has over 750,000 parking spaces around the world.
KLAUS Multiparking has been in operation in excess of 20 years in Washington, Oregon, and California, where we have become the leading supplier of mechanical parking systems with more than 7,000 cars relying on Klaus Multiparking systems every day.
In 2016, we completed construction of our automated robotic manufacturing facility to further increase the precision, safety, and reliability of our products.
Klaus Multiparking is committed to environmental responsibility. Our products play an important role in reducing cost, waste, and greenhouse gas emissions. Green Products All the parts and materials used in Klaus systems are chosen to meet the most stringent environmental protection principles. All systems are built with longevity in mind, and use modern, high quality, environmentally friendly corrosion protection coatings. Green Operation Klaus systems consume very little energy to operate, and considering the vehicle path reduction realized by using Klaus systems, the net power consumption is potentially less than zero. Construction emission reduction Drastically reducing excavation is an important benefit of mechanical parking that plays an important role in lowering both CO₂ emissions and construction cost. In just one modestly-sized project with a total of 329 parking stalls, the use of Klaus systems prevented the emission of over 193,000 Kg of CO₂ in the excavation operation alone. Material reduction Concrete is also the third largest contributor to carbon dioxide emissions, after automobiles and coal-fueled power plants, and cement manufacturing alone is responsible for roughly 5% of global CO₂ emissions. Concrete is also the largest part of construction and demolition waste, representing about a third of all landfill waste. By producing products that reduce concrete use, Klaus is helping to minimize the use of concrete and it’s environmental impact.