Going electric is one of the most sustainable means of transport and play a central role in the mobility of the future. Research has shown that electrical machinery and vehicles * are better for the environment *. They emit fewer greenhouse gases and air pollution than petrol or diesel machinery/engines. Better air quality will lead to less health problems and costs caused by air pollution. Also reduction is noise pollution and carbon footprint.
Why go Electric?
We offer Electric Transportation & Warehouse equipment
ELECTRIC SCOOTERS AND BIKES
Energy Saving, lightweight, economical, safe and environment friendly pedal assist bikes and electric scooters for short distance travel
SCISSOR LIFTS, PALLET TRUCKS, PALLET STACKERS
Ideal for manufacturing, distribution and construction companies – electric warehouse equipment has high efficiency and low maintenance costs.
E-bikes use rechargeable batteries that can travel up to 25 to 30km/h, much faster than most people would cycle, getting you to your destination quicker and in better shape. In a nutshell they offer low cost, energy efficient, and emission-free transportation which also has physical and health benefits.
With an ebike you'll feel like a kid again, healthy, happy and fit. It has truly changed my life!
If you are interested in trying an e-bike, Ellesco is the place to go
Fitness and Efficiency just got a whole lot greener!
Truly trustworthy ! Am happy with the quality.
ELLESCO is a Jamaican electric vehicle and warehouse equipment company.
The current product listing includes electric bicycles, scooters, motorbikes and warehouse equipment like Pallet stackers, Trucks and Scissors lifts. All the electric bikes use high quality fully chargeable lithium batteries.
Ellesco operates out of its state of the art, modern facility located at Ferry in Kingston which also includes a service and parts centre for its products. Ellesco sells its products online and directly to customers from the Ferry Location.
The company was founded in the year 2021 by renowned Jamaican businessman Lee Issa who wanted to expedite the shift in Jamaica to sustainable transport and energy through electric vehicles and equipment.