Our Board and Advisors

To be the flexible and nimble partner that is an integrated extension of your supply chain, delivering excellent quality and service, at the best cost.

Jonathan is the General Manager at Trison Wells. He has over 15 years of experience in operations in heavy manufacturing processes; specializing in takeovers, revamps, and start-ups with strong emphasis in industrial excellence (Safety, Quality, and Efficiency). Among the most relevant projects that he led prior to joining the helm of Trison Wells, was leading multidisciplinary operations and maintenance departments during the start-up of a $1.8B greenfield hot rolling mill project. Jonathan holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering and a Master of Industrial Systems Design and Maintenance Management.

Jonathan Johnson

Alex served as Chief Supply Chain Officer and Executive Vice President of Ecolab from 2013 to 2020, where he oversaw Ecolab's global supply chain operations, including Ecolab's 98 manufacturing plants, more than 200 distribution centers, procurement and engineering. Previously, he worked for Procter & Gamble for thirty years, where he served as Vice President of Product Supply for the Global Beauty Sector. He led Supply Chain operations for other key P&G divisions and held several international assignments. Mr. Blanco has been Director of Patterson Companies, Inc. since April 2017. Mr. Blanco received a Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering from Princeton University.

Alex N. Blanco

Javier is the Chief Procurement Officer for Ingredion, a leading global ingredient solutions provider. He has extensive CPG experience across multiple industries and markets. He worked at Procter and Gamble for 16 years, and at Avient corporation for 5 years, where he led global teams and successful transformations and P&L turnarounds. Javier also serves on the Board of Directors of Medwish International, a non- profit organization that saves lives and the environment by repurposing discarded medical supplies to provide humanitarian aid. Javier earned a Bachelor of Science in Economics from Bentley University and an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.

Javier A. Echevarria

Dave is a seasoned professional in the Contract Manufacturing Industry with extensive experience in Quality and Operations, as well as in Business Development. He worked at Marietta, a personal care manufacturing company and Contract Manufacturer for CPG companies, for 35 years. He has served in a range of roles including COO, SVP of Business Development and SVP of Quality. He has served of the board of F4SS (Foundation for Strategic Sourcing) a non-profit representing companies using external manufacturing partners. Dave holds a Bachelor’s degree in Biology with a minor in Chemistry and a Master of Science in Education.

Dave Hempson

Alejandro is an accomplished investor, entrepreneur and business owner. He has over 20 years of experience in various aspects of the Service and Hospitality industry, including the day-to-day management of a large scale catering company, as well as developing and implementing strategic plans for various startup ventures, including restaurants. Alejandro also has investments and advisory participation in the areas of solar energy and telecommunication technology. Alejandro holds a Bachelor Degree in International Business Administration from the Business School at Regent´s University.

Alejandro Rodriguez

Virginia D’Jesus is partner at the firm Lasa, Monroig & Veve, LLP in Washington, DC where she practices corporate, commercial, employment, intellectual property and government contract law. Previously, Virginia worked for the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, where she honed her business development skills and developed a passion for helping Minority-owned businesses succeed.
Virginia has also practiced law in Venezuela, where she focused on both civil and corporate matters, and has knowledge and experience in both civil and common law systems. She received her law degree (cum laude) from Universidad de Los Andes in Venezuela in and was awarded an L.L.M. degree in International Business Law from American University, Washington College of Law.

Virginia D’Jesus

Additional Services

  • Trison Wells is also capable of performing product rework, product customization and late stage differentiation:
    –  Product re-coding.
    – Re-bundling; Re-labeling, Re-packing.
    –  Visual Inspection and segregation.
    –  Pallet re-configuration.
    –  Display Packing.
    – eCommerce configuration.

This work is performed in a clean 30,000 sq. ft. temperature-controlled warehouse.

Made in USA

We are proud to be a part of the recapitalizing of Made in the USA Manufacturing, and reducing costs and time of lengthy supply chains. We have partnered with, and have the endorsement of the Colleton County Economic Development Board for helping to create jobs and support the local economy.


We are committed to developing a long-term sustainable business model that considers the environment as a valuable resource that needs to be protected and conserved for future generations.


Quality is our main value proposition. Customers and their products’ requirements must be reliably and consistently satisfied, through operational excellence. Focusing on continuous improvement.


Nothing is more important than the health and safety of those who work with us. All injuries and work-related illnesses can and must be prevented through the identification and mitigation of hazards and risks. Working safely is a condition of employment.


  • Physicochemical lab available on-site  to perform in-process testing as an integral requirement of product regulations and quality systems. 
  • Additional specific testing requirements available through our trusted 3rd party certified Labs

Secondary Packing

  • Multiple configuration shipping tray with shrink wrap
  • Multiple configuration case 
  • Tray/Case identification label printer and applicator
  • Multiple configuration palletizing
  • Pallet identification label printer and applier 

Primary Packaging


Filler Types
Filler Types

Filler type

Rotary High Speed, neck handling

In-line filler, base handling

Bottle equivalent Diameter

Up to 3”

Up to 9” 

Bottle shape

Round and Semi-Round

All Shapes

Bottle Volumes 

From 8.5-oz 

to 48-oz

From 3/4 -oz 

To 640-oz 

Product Viscosity 

Up to 250-cps

Up to 1500-cps


Round standard caps

All types of caps, triggers and sprayersLabeling 

  • Label applicators capable of applying shrink sleave (round and semi-round bottles), front/back and wrap-around labels (all types of bottles). 
  • Lot/date/product identification print on bottle or label.

Blending Systems

  • Simultaneous batch mixing capabilities with three 1,000-gallon SS mixing tanks equipped with agitation, recirculation circuits, 2 APV SS plate and frame heat exchanger for temperature control, powder raw material blending and adding station (TriFlow mixer) 
  • Two 1,500-gallon SS batch holding tanks 
  • Hard-piping SS pipe connection with fillers
  • Automated flow with level control to fillers
  • PLC and HMI control system
  • Dust Collection system (by Donaldson) in the raw material powder handling room
  • Segregated climate-control storage (60F) for special requirement Raw material 

Liquid Raw Materials Storage​

  • Three 5000-gallon SS storage tanks.  
  • Volume control automated liquate raw mate addition to mixing system.

Water System

  • Validated USP grade water system. 
  • Purified Water system includes: 
    • Carbon Pre-filters
    • Culligan Aqua-Cleer Series G3 Reverse Osmosis Water Treatment System (by Culligan).
    • Optima HX and CSL Series high performance UV sanitation system (by Aquafine).
  • Automated volume control water addition to mixing system   
  • 20,000-gallon SS storage tank and recirculation system through UV and Filters unites