Daytona Beach, FL – Enrichment Industries, a business enterprise with a social mission, and a division of SMA Behavioral Health Services, Inc., is pleased to announce that a group of community leaders took time to tour their manufacturing facility on Fentress Drive in Daytona Beach.
On Wednesday, August 7th, Enrichment Industries’ Director, Carol Collins, explained the value added manufacturing capabilities of the company to business community leaders as they toured the company’s facilities located at 200 Fentress Blvd, Daytona Beach. The visit was arranged by newly appointed Community Support Council Chairman, Gene Miller and included Rick Fraser, President of the Center for Business Excellence, Rob Ehrhardt, Volusia County’s Economic Development Manager, Jayne Fifer, the President/CEO of VMA, and Dr. Kent Sharples, the President and CEO of Business Alliance were educated on the company’s diverse and money saving light manufacturing capabilities available to the local business community.
"I was impressed with the tour of Enrichment,"
Enrichment Industries has been providing light manufacturing and customized and general assembly services from locations in Daytona Beach and Palm Cost since the 1980’s. The workforce includes approximately 150 employees disabilities. Enrichment Industries’ diverse workforce allows quick response to customers’ needs and helps control costs by eliminating the need to hire temporary staff when faced with a ramp-up of production. Enrichment Industries manufactures their own line of products including crab traps, safety glasses and goggles, ear plugs, wall clocks, dust mops and jumper cables. These products are sold to Federal, State and private customers. They can be reached online at http://www.EnrichmentIndustries.com/