Inovar Wins Manufacturer of the Year Award


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Inovar, Inc. has received the 2018 Manufacturer of the Year award from the Utah Manufacturers Association (UMA).

At the 113th Annual Awards Banquet for the UMA held in early November, Inovar was recognized for outstanding execution in operational performance and best practices, economic achievement, workplace safety, community and state involvement, public outreach and fidelity to the principles of free enterprise.

“We are honored to have received this award from the UMA,” said Blake Kirby, chairman and CEO. “We are passionate about improving the lives of our customers, their customers, the Inovar family and our community at large. Winning this award validates that our strategy is succeeding. As this year ends and another begins, we look forward to further enhancing our solutions, leadership and growth.”

Inovar is a complete electronics manufacturing service (EMS) with service lines spanning from full-scale product design to end customer fulfillment. It provides customers with responsive and scalable manufacturing, as well as global supply chain solutions.

The company builds some of the most complex products for leading military, medical, communications and industrial companies. Over the past 20 years, Inovar has grown to over 400 team members in Logan, Utah, and operate four shifts on a 24x6 basis. Inovar has been consistently recognized as one of Utah’s fastest-growing companies.

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