PA Manufacturer Expanding into Indian River County, Florida
Vero Beach, FL — The Indian River County Chamber of Commerce Economic Development Office is delighted to announce that Diamond Drinks, a Pennsylvania-based contract beverage manufacturer, is expanding its operations into Indian River County.
Diamond Drinks Locates 2nd Ever Facility in Right to Work Florida | February, 2021
While originally a company based in Pennsylvania, Diamond Drinks is choosing Indian River County, Florida for its new facility. This will be their second ever location. So it will help them better reach consumers throughout the US. and help them grow their market.
Diamond Drinks Establishes Indian River County, Florida, Operations | January, 2021
Diamond Drinks, a Pennsylvania-based contract beverage manufacturer, is expanding its operations into Indian River County, Florida. The company anticipates 25 new jobs to start, eventually ramping up to 40-50 employees.
Pennsylvania beverage manufacturer to open Indian River County facility | January 2021
Diamond Drinks, a Williamsport, Pennsylvania-based beverage manufacturing company, is expanding its operations to a facility on Oslo Road in Indian River County, and promises to bring with it 25 new jobs, eventually growing to employ 40-50 people in three shifts, according to a news release from the Indian River County Chamber of Commerce’s Economic Development Office.
Diamond Drinks breathing new life in former packinghouse, bringing 50 manufacturing jobs | April 2021
Diamond Drinks Inc. on Thursday takes over ownership of the former Indian River Exchange Packers site, 7355 9th St., SW. The packinghouse equipment has been moved out to make room for new, automated machinery, said Diamond Drinks President and CEO Anthony Cenimo.
Vero Beach drink bottler applies for county grants | April 2021
VERO BEACH – Diamond Drinks, a Pennsylvania-based company that bottles and distributes a variety of beverages, has applied to Indian River County for a jobs grant and a tax exemption to aid their upcoming expansion into Indian River County. County staff has recommended approval of a jobs grant of up to $150,000 and a property tax abatement estimated to be worth $45,361 over an eight-year period.
Florida Citrus Packinghouse Sold | January 2021
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