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Committed to Making High Output Easy

Wisconsin Lighting Lab, Inc. (WiLL) represents the culmination of 45+ years of manufacturing experience, a passion for forward-thinking technology, and a dedication to a digital future. We’re proud to be based in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, and supported by the Midwest’s deeply skilled engineering and manufacturing labor force. WiLL’s dedicated team of product experts, problem solvers, welders, machinists, fabricators, engineers, project managers, creatives, and programmers work hard to deliver the industry's best light pole and high-output LED lighting solutions.

WiLL’s products are proudly manufactured at our Lighting Campus in Fond du Lac, or by our dedicated partners located across the USA, using premium domestic and imported components. Additionally, all metal components for WiLL lighting fixtures are formed, cast, or extruded in Wisconsin. Whether it’s a pro-grade baseball complex or a high-intensity industrial facility, WiLL has the team, resources, and products to get the job done. From quote to installation, we’ll support you every step of the way.

The WiLL portfolio of lighting, controls, light pole / structural, and communications brands include WiLLsport™, NAFCO®, LightPolesPlus®, and WiLLcast®. In addition, the company supports The Ledge Games™, an annual outdoor fitness competition and charitable event that invests in local science, engineering, manufacturing, and technology education.

 


                  

Made in Wisconsin - What It Means & Why It Matters

WiLL is proud to be made in the USA. Even more importantly, we are proud that many of our products, from LEDs to light poles, are designed, engineered, and manufactured in Wisconsin. This may seem like a simple claim but when it comes to manufacturing, Wisconsin does it best.

Wisconsin Manufacturing By The Numbers

Wisconsin’s manufacturing concentration is 87 percent higher than the national average.
10,000+ Wisconsin manufacturers employed 470,000+ workers and contributed $56 billion to economic growth as of 2016.
Industrial machinery ranks first among Wisconsin manufacturing jobs.