Emax Alexandria is no longer operational
Late last year we made the decision to close doors at our Alexandria premises where we offered retail services to customers who wanted custom work done on electric bikes and batteries. We were in this position for 3 years and during that time we had to deal with rent increases alongside significant construction projects which affected the access to the building. We made the decision that it was no longer efficient and cost effective to run out of this location particularly considering it was also difficult for customers to access us at certain times. We have had a great journey learning the in’s and outs of supplying and supporting our products. Websites were built and shut-down, parts that were out of stock were sold by accident, batteries were rebuilt at a great cost to the business…all in all we learnt so much. We are very grateful for the relationships we forged.
In the bike scene we are still very active. Our product from now on will be pushed out under the ‘Lekkie’ brand name which is expanding its offerings. Our main aim here is supporting the dealer network and providing readily available parts and accessories to customers via Ecommerce.
Moving forward our primary areas of focus are wholesale supply and product research and development. We have seen the electric bike market become very crowded with both startups and established corporations hence we are broadening our focus to ‘light electric transport’ in particular the refinement of lightweight lithium batteries. We have several exciting projects in this space which we are looking forward to sharing soon. We are currently in talks about securing a larger facility in Sydney’s South which will be ideal for our logistical hub as well as a battery production and research workshop. We are aware that the ebikes make up a small part of the electric future and there are many other emerging industries that can benefit from from the work we have done.
Please accept our apologies if we have not gotten back to you right away during this period. We also had our webserver (and backup) attacked and are doing everything we can to rebuild and get back online. Thankyou for your patience.