National Enzyme Company Announces Internal Promotions

National Enzyme announces the promotion of Richard Haines to Director of Human Resources & Administration and Amanda Lumley to Customer Support Manager. Both individuals have worked for NEC for the past several years and are thrilled to take on their new positions. Internally employees will benefit from the consideration and leadership offered by Mr. Haines and externally NEC customers will benefit greatly from the added interest and attention offered by Mrs. Lumley.

“National Enzyme is proud to promote from within and takes advantage of every opportunity to do so. There are very talented, devoted employees who deserve the opportunity to grow with the company in their personal endeavors and it is exciting to see them do well,” said Charles Amidon, Chief Operating Officer, National Enzyme Company.

Mr. Haines has a very extensive background. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering Technology and prior to NEC worked as a Senior Analyst for Cor, Inc. His past military experience will also serve him well as he takes hold of his new position and the various departments he will be managing.

“Amanda began her career at National Enzyme Company in 2001 in our scheduling department and then transferred to the sales department in 2002 where she has been an invaluable asset. She has worked with NEC’s top customers in various territories since 2002 and providing great customer service has been a hallmark of hers. Her promotion to her new role will only improve NEC’s already strong customer service and support,” stated Harold Fox, Director of Sales, National Enzyme Company.

Since 1932, National Enzyme Company has been the leader in nutritional enzyme technology. From research and development to marketing support, NEC provides manufacturers and distributors worldwide with comprehensive dietary supplement services while adhering to strict NSF and TGA certified GMPs.

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