About

Workwell Industries is a non-profit organization who is committed to creating jobs for people with disabilities and others who experience barriers to employment.

We provide quality packaging, parts assembly and as well as various other services to many large organizations in the US and worldwide. By choosing to outsource these services to Workwell, companies routinely reduce overhead & save on the cost of a project. We also have been granted a foreign trade zone through the Riverport Authority that is monitored by US Customs.

Our packaging service includes promotional, consumer, and product packaging as well as construction of displays and many other services. We provide assembly and sub-assembly for manufacturing and other industries. Workwell also has a successful history of performing various other services.

Workwell Industries specializes in co-packaging and sub-assembly for companies that outsource work. Established in 1979, the original focus was center-based Employment Center for the intellectually and physically disabled.  In 1981, a company was formed by parents of the Council of Mental Retardation, naming it “Custom Manufacturing Services.”

Over time, the focus changed from a sheltered workshop to a normalized, yet supportive, work environment. Employees who have disabilities are given opportunities to grow in their jobs roles and learn transferable skills. In 1996, the name changed to “Custom Quality Services” to de-emphasize the focus on manufacturing and to represent our commitment to quality work and excellence in customer service.

In 2016 the company changed its name to Workwell Industries to focus on remaining an innovative, forward-thinking fulfillment industry expert recognized worldwide.  Our mission has evolved and broadened to include those who are most affected by the cycles of poverty prevalent in the immediate vicinity of the Workwell facility, including refugees, veterans and any other individual of lower socioeconomic status.

Our Leadership

Phil Berry is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Workwell, Industries (formerly known as Custom Quality Services, Inc.).

Mr. Berry has held leadership positions in three other non-profit organizations prior to joining CQS in 2002. He is a former Director of the Otis Bowen Center for Mental Health in Warsaw, Indiana, the former Managing Director of the Fourth Freedom Forum of South Bend, Indiana and Washington, D.C., and is a past World President of Jaycees International.

Phil has had a great deal of international experience. He has traveled to over 120 countries throughout his career. That experience includes meetings with 30 Heads of State, addressing the United Nations, and keynoting a conference in front of the Crown-Prince (now Emperor), of Japan.

Phil and his wife, Laura, are both active in their Church. In his spare time, Phil enjoys playing golf, creating artwork, and reading.

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