Arkansas Lighting is a growing domestic manufacturing and distributing company located in Van Buren, AR. They specialize in decorative and energy efficient lighting primarily for the hospitality industry, multi-family and commercial applications, and government entities. They are the official suppliers for Best Western Hotels, Choice Hotels, Carlson Hotels, Hilton Hotels, and AmericInn. The company was founded in 1972 as Arkansas Lamp Manufacturing, bought by now CEO Bob Null in 1997, and joined by his two sons, Jeff and Greg. Jeff was named President in 2009 and Greg was named Vice President of Sales in 2013. The Null’s operated the company as Arkansas Lamp Manufacturing until 2014, when they decided the name Arkansas Lighting was a better description for their company. As a company, they recognize that the most important thing they sell is customer service. From the beginning to the end of a sale, they are committed to customers ongoing satisfaction with industry leading service and warranty support. Providing that kind of service, it is no surprise the need for their recent expansions that took their warehouse space over 100,000 square foot!
Arkansas Lighting manufactures and distributes a wide variety of decorative lighting products, from portable table and floor lamps to direct wired ceiling and wall sconces to custom pendants. Recently they have expanded their line to include recessed commercial LED down lights in addition to outdoor wall sconces. These items are made in the USA with most fixtures being energy star certified by the US Environmental Protection Agency. The LED products have excellent build quality, extensive life, no maintenance, and are energy efficient. These industry leading LED lights represent the future of lighting.
Having over 100,000 square feet of production and warehouse space, Arkansas Lighting depends on reliable wireless connection for inventory tracking. The conversion to a Meraki wireless solution provides the range and stability their team needs, eliminating dropped wifi service and loss of connection to the network. Now their crew is able to focus on keeping customer orders moving and operations running smoothly.