Access Lighting Announces New Warehouse Location

California-based Access Lighting has announced a new warehouse located in Greenville, SC, which will serve as its primary warehouse as of next month.

“This new location illustrates our commitment to continuous improvement. We saw the opportunity to increase our efficiency with this new facility. This will translate to ease of doing business with Access Lighting for customers and channel partners,” states Janine Segal, CEO.

The new location is strategically located to enhance shipping capabilities to both coasts of the United States. In addition, the new facility has been designed for increased efficiency, ensuring that Nora can deliver the best possible service to customers in the shortest amount of time.

To expedite the inventory transfer, Nora’s shipping operations will be closed until February 5. Access Lighting’s office associates will remain in the company’s California location.

The Greenville SC warehouse is located at 301 Piedmont Grove Park, Suite A, Greenville, SC 29611, and will be the primary warehouse as of February 5, 2024.

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