C S Ellis (Group)

16th May 2019

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Situated in the East Midlands, C S Ellis (Group) Ltd is a logistics services company with an excellent reputation built on generations of experience and professionalism. With the fourth generation of the family moving the business forward, they can boast nearly 8 decades of service to their customers. They have an impressive history, from humble road transport when the business was in its infancy, to today’s multi-site, state of the warehousing and fulfilment solutions.

Electrical Contractors, EBM Electrical Services Ltd, have recently installed High Bay LED luminaires at C S Ellis’s head office and distribution centre in South Luffenham, near Oakham. The Titan High Bay is available in 110W and 200W options offering high efficacy and provides an ideal replacement to HID 250W – 400W fittings. With instant light output and restrike unlike traditional HID fittings, the High Bay provides over 50,000 hours of maintenance free operation.

Other installations included the LuxPack LED batten, a surface mounted luminaire available available in 4ft, 5ft and 6ft lengths. Providing instant, cost effective lighting, the LuxPack offers up to 30,000 hours working life with no maintenance or re-lamping required, benefitting the environment in terms of energy efficiency and no lamp disposal. Suitable for use with light sensors and presence detectors, LuxPack comes with the choice of a wide opal or narrow clear lens as well as emergency and high output variants.

Over the past 80 years C S Ellis has gained an unrivalled wealth of industry experience, continually striving to be a leading “One Stop Logistics Provider” by offering intelligent solutions using the latest technology that represents exceptional value.

Sharing the same objectives, Luceco has provided a lighting solution using the latest LED technology which also represents good value in terms of being an energy efficient, durable and safe, cost effective method of lighting the C S Ellis Logistics Centres throughout the West Midlands.

  • Reduced energy consumption
  • Improved lighting providing a more pleasant environment for occupants
  • Reduced maintenance and call outs due to lamp failure