Ela Motors

Stolen APEC vehicle recovered

The vehicle was at a private residence in Gerehu in the National Capital District.

It is black in colour with the registration BFM 646.

Police say the vehicle was stolen on 8th February 2019 at the Ela Motors Waigani showroom and hidden at a private residence at Gerehu Stage One (1), Cahuna street until it was recovered by the PPTF.

It was towed to Gordon’s Police station for investigations and returned to Ela Motors.

Suspects involved in the theft are known and the investigating team is working around the clock to locate and arrest them.

Toyota bus up for grabs

Ela Motors presented the Toyota Hi-Ace bus to the PNG Olympic Committee this week in Port Moresby.

There will be two mini buses on offer, one for the Port Moresby event on September 22 and the other for Lae on October 6.

“Ela Motors is very proud to be involved in the Prime Minister’s Golf event to raise funds for Team PNG, Toyota globally is also involved with the Olympics and we’re proud to support the Olympic Movement,” said National Sales Manager for Ela Motors, Chris Von Oppeln.

Genuine vehicle parts dealer opens branch in Enga

Ela Motors CEO, Takeshi  Abe when officially opening the branch said Ela Motors had a long standing relationship with Enga.

However, he said the decision to open a spare parts operation in Enga was a business decision that had taken two years to consider.

“The future would be decided by business,” he said.

Meanwhile, Enga Governor Sir Peter Ipatas said although it was a small ccasion, it marked a watershed moment in the history of business in the province.

Ela Motors gives K15,000 to Men of Honour Awards

The cheque presentation was received by CEO of the Foundation, Beatrice Mahuru today at the Datec Learning Centre, Port Moresby.

General Manager- Southern Region for Ela Motors, Ashley Huston said Ela Motors were extremely proud to be part of the Men of Honour campaign.

A campaign that aims to foster, respect, encourage healthy relationships, and create positive opportunities for people.

“What is desperately needed is role models that men, women and children can look up to and strive to be like. The Men of Honour helps identify these role models.

PNG Paralmpics get K70,000 boost

The funding will go towards athletes’ preparations as they work towards qualifying for the 2016 Rio Olympic Games.  

PNG is hoping to send athletes overseas for qualifying events in the coming months including powerlifter Pope Gayave and short put specialist Regina Edward.

Gayave will be attending a Grand Prix event in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia next month while Edward will be attending an Asia Oceania event in Dubai to qualify for the Rio Olympics.

PNGPC President Peter Curtain thanked Ela Motors for its continued support over the last 20 years.

Ela Motors rewards children

Launched on October 1,  Ela Motors has given this chance to children to draw their dream car and win great prizes.

Ela Motors chief executive officer Takeshi Abe today re-emphasised  the competition and called on all the children across the country to participate and be part of what the company is doing.

“Ela Motors is here for the community and this is one way of giving back to the community by fulfilling the children’s dream,” he said.

There are three categories in the competition: