Active in the American lighting market since 1917, Multi Electric Mfg. – OCEM is your partner for LED Airfield Ground Lighting made in the USA!


Multi Electric, part of the OCEM Group, is proud to hold Buy American compliance for its LED Runway & Taxiway Edge, Medium Intensity Lights. Along with its halogen Runway, Edge and Approach Path lighting signals, Multi’s LED lights are eligible for Airport Improvement Project (AIP)-funded projects.


The Chicago-based company’s products are fully assembled on-site, making them your most reliable, cutting-edge choice for U.S.- manufactured LED airfield lighting. Chicago is both the third-largest metropolitan area in the U.S. and home to some of country’s biggest corporations, with a wealth of local industrial know-how.


Multi Electric has been headquartered in Chicago since it was founded in 1917. It started out manufacturing electrical components, then transitioned into street lighting, ship lighting, and finally commercial and military airfield lighting during the aviation boom.


Its customers include the U.S. Air Force, U.S. Navy, FAA, and Port Authority of New York & New Jersey, as well as some of the country’s biggest commercial airports in Seattle and Atlanta.


Will your airport be next to take advantage of our USA LED? Visit Multi’s LED page to learn more about our product portfolio.


Multi Electric Manufacturing, Inc.

The Quality Approach of Airfield Lighting

Multi Electric Mfg. Inc. was founded in 1917 as a manufacturer of lighting equipment and accessories. In the early fifties, Multi Electric became involved in Airport Lighting and has become a standard for innovation, quality, reliability and safety. Since that time, we have been working with various government and federal agencies including FAA, the US Air Force and the US Navy.

In April of 2001, Multi Electric Manufacturing, Inc. became part of OCEM Group headquartered in Bologna (Italy).

Our equipment is installed at air carrier, general aviation and military airports in the United States and throughout the world.