The largest parking company in Japan: PARK24 Co., Ltd. (PKCOY) (1971)

Puke Er Si PARK24 Co., Ltd. (OTC PINK: PKCOY, TYO: 4666) was established in 1971 and is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan. It has 5,490 full-time employees. It is a Japanese parking lot management company and the largest parking lot in Japan. The company operates and manages parking facilities in Japan and internationally. The company also established a branch in Taiwan “Puke Ersi Parking Co., Ltd.”.



Puker 24 has opened coin-operated toll parking lots called “Times” (Japanese: タイムズ) throughout Japan and Taiwan, and also operates various parking-related businesses such as parking lot management, large parking lots or building parking lots. . “Times” is now the largest parking lot network in Japan. The founder is Kiyoshi Nishikawa, a well-known horse racing owner, and his son Koichi Nishikawa is currently the company’s executive director. Puke Er Si is a franchise store of “TOKYU POINT” in Japan.

Puke Ersi Company conducts business through three divisions: Parking Business in Japan, Parking Business Overseas and Mobility Business.

The services of Puker24 include hourly parking facilities; reserved parking spaces and monthly parking services; parking facilities for non-passenger vehicles (such as large vehicles) and motorcycles and bicycles; and overseas parking facilities, including patrol parking facilities and Paid and show parking services.

Puke Ersi also provides car rental services and car sharing services; Times Club, driver membership service; Times Business, corporate customer business services; Times Pay, a payment service to service industries (such as restaurants and retail stores); membership System road (rescue) services; Insurance agency services, including insurance consulting and financial planning services.

PKCOY PARK24 Co., Ltd. (PKCOY) history:

  • 1971-Founded and established Nishikawa Chamber of Commerce Co., Ltd. (Nishikama Chamber of Commerce Co., Ltd.).
  • 1985-The parking lot operation department of Nishikawa Chamber of Commerce Co., Ltd. was separated and independent, and “Puke Ersi Co., Ltd.” (Pak Ersi Co., Ltd.) was established in Nishigotanda, Shinagawa District, Tokyo, Japan.
  • 1990-Signed a contract with Japan Signal to become a retail agent and opened Osaka branch and Nagoya sales office.
  • 1991-Yokohama Sales Office and Omiya Sales Office (currently Saitama Sales Office) opened. The first machine of “Times”, a 24-hour unmanned rental parking lot, was officially opened.
  • 1992-Established a wholly-owned subsidiary “Times Two Four Co., Ltd.” in the Taito Ward of Tokyo, which is a parking fee business. Set up a “park and ride” type parking lot.
  • 1993-Nishikawa Chamber of Commerce Co., Ltd. was dissolved, and the parking management department and the conservative department were transferred to the Purple Company Times Ersi Co., Ltd. Opened Kyushu branch (currently Fukuoka branch), Kumamoto branch, and Kagoshima branch.
  • 1994-In order to change the stock name, the dormant company Co., Ltd. (new) Puke Ersi Co., Ltd. (head office is located in Shinagawa, Tokyo, and the member is MICHINOKU Resource Development Co., Ltd.) absorbed and merged the (old) Puke Ersi Co., Ltd. Club (the head office is located in Ota-ku, Tokyo, and is the actual surviving company). Opened Kyoto Sales Office.
  • 1995-Chiba Sales Office and Okayama Sales Office opened. The number of Times units reached 10,000 units.
  • 1996-Head office moved to Nishigotanda, Shinagawa District, Tokyo.
  • 1998-Times units reached 20,000 units. Established subsidiary Times Hiroshima Co., Ltd. (a regional chain business in Hiroshima Prefecture) and Times Service Co., Ltd. (a business to prohibit parking violations). Opened Tohoku Sales Office.
  • 1999-Appeared on the second section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange. The number of Times units reached 24,000 units.
  • 2000-DORAIPAZU Co., Ltd. is established as a related company. Appeared in the first section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange. Opened the Sapporo sales office. The number of Times units reached 30,000.
  • 2001-Set up more than 40,000 Times machines.
  • 2002-DORAIPAZU Co., Ltd. became a subsidiary.
  • 2003-The number of Times units reached 70,000 units. Times Ersi Co., Ltd. merged Times Hiroshima Co., Ltd. and Times Service Co., Ltd. Times24 Co., Ltd. changed its name to Times Service Co., Ltd.
  • 2004-The number of Times units reached 90,000 units.
  • 2005-Times units reached 100,000 units.
  • 2006-Opened the first overseas base in Taipei, Taiwan. Times parking lot has 150,000 machines. In addition, it merged with GS Caltex, a subsidiary of South Korea’s GS Group, to form GS Puke Ersi Co., Ltd., which operates parking lots under the brand name “GS Times” in Korea.
  • 2007-Head office moved to Yurakucho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo. The customer service business of its subsidiary Times Service Co., Ltd. was transferred to DORAIPAZU Co., Ltd., and DORAIPAZU Co., Ltd. was renamed Times Communication Co., Ltd.
  • 2008-“Puke Ersi Parking Co., Ltd.” (Taiwan パーク24 Co., Ltd.) was established in Taiwan.
  • 2009-” Mazda Rent-a-Car” ( Mazda Car Rental Co., Ltd., Car Rental) transformed into a subsidiary.
  • 2019-“Puke Ersi Parking Co., Ltd.” (Taiwan パーク24 Co., Ltd.) was renamed “Taiwan Puke Ersi Co., Ltd.” and updated the group logo and parking lot logo at the same time. There are currently more than 500 in Taiwan Parking lot bases.
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