Seaway Plastics Engineering Wins Manufacturer of the Year Award
Pasco County, Florida — Seaway Plastics Engineering, Inc. was honored with the 2014 Manufacturing Industry of the Year Award, Category Two on September 2nd at Pasco Economic Development Council’s 28th Annual Appreciation Banquet. At its Industry of the Year Awards held annually at Saddlebrook Resort in Wesley Chapel, Pasco EDC recognizes local companies that exhibit exemplary growth in technology, innovation, job creation, capital investment and community service.
“This year we celebrate Seaway Plastics 30 Year Anniversary as a proud member of the Pasco County business community. Being honored as the Manufacturer of the Year brings additional pride and a continued since of accomplishment for our valued team. Having the support of a strong and well organized Economic Development Council is important for companies like Seaway, as well as for start-up enterprises and existing companies wishing to relocate to Pasco County.” Tim Smock-CEO
Seaway Plastics, headquartered in Port Richey, is a plastic injection molding company specializing in prototype injection molding, low to mid volume production, and mold making. Employing 163, Seaway meets the needs of leaders in several industries including medical, aerospace, military, packaging, food service, industrial, electronics, and consumer products.
Over the last year, Seaway Plastics has made over $2 million in capital investments which included purchasing a 9,000 square foot building, constructing a new state-of-the-art cleanroom, purchasing two new micro-molding machines, several CNC machines, a 950-ton injection molding machine and upgrading of its current facilities.
Ranked in Tampa Bay Times 2013 Top Workplaces, employees love the benefits of working at Seaway Plastics. From a 4% match on 401Ks to free flu shots, paid health club fees, extensive training programs and a gold key incentive program, Seaway Plastics Engineering, Inc. continually gives back to its employees. For more information on Seaway Plastics Engineering, Inc. visit www.seawayplastics.com.