Who We Are

LCI is a diversified manufacturing, distribution, and retail company that specializes in AbilityOne products. Our AbilityOne products are manufactured by Americans who are blind, or visually impaired.

OUR MISSION

Employ. Build. Serve. Support.
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OUR LEADERSHIP

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OUR HISTORY

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OUR VALUES

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OUR PARTNERS

LCI accomplishes its mission through AbilityOne.
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WE BELIEVE THAT EVERYONE
SHOULD REACH THEIR HIGHEST POTENTIAL.

LCI provides products and services for the federal government through the AbilityOne program, a federally-mandated program that supports employment for the blind or other individuals with significant disabilities. LCI manufactures over 400 products on the federal procurement list, creating value for the US and careers for our employees.

Originally founded in 1936 with a focus on manufacturing, LCI has expanded into the distribution, retail, and e-commerce spaces. We are headquartered in beautiful Durham, North Carolina and operate two distribution centers, four e-commerce websites, six manufacturing facilities, and over 35 military base stores.

LCI works closely with the federal government through their AbilityOne program, a GSA initiative that encourages sourcing products from suppliers who employ the blind, visually impaired, or other individuals with serious disabilities. LCI manufactures over 400 products on the federal procurement list, creating value for the US and careers for our employees.

To further execute our mission, LCI regularly engages in philanthropy to aid in research of glaucoma, cataracts, and macular degeneration. One of our largest efforts takes place with Durham’s own Duke University Eye Center.

WANT TO HELP US BUILD A BETTER,
MORE ACCESSIBLE WORLD?
WE’RE HIRING!

JOB SPOTLIGHT

ASSEMBLER, GENERAL

Assembles metal or plastic products, partially or completely, working at bench or on production floor by performing the following duties. Position parts according to knowledge of unit being assembled. Fasten parts together with bolts, screws, speed clips, rivets, or other…
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Sandra Romkey

LCI is integrated and competitive. [We] offer great benefits, upward mobility, and training – there is no reason why anybody in our company who is blind or visually impaired cannot do a job that a sighted person can do. When someone starts in a new position, we ask: what platforms are they going to use? Are they comfortable? What kind of accessibility equipment may this person need? We want to make sure [we’re] setting that person up for success.

Sandra Romkey
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