Inovar, Inc. Adds VP, Quality to Leadership Team to Continue Its Growth Strategy

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Inovar, Inc., a full-service Electronics Manufacturing Services (EMS) provider, announces that it has hired Jeremy Grubb as its Vice President of Quality, effective immediately.

In his role, Jeremy will be responsible for overseeing Inovar’s Quality Management System as well as leading the Continuous Improvement program, Security and Compliance departments and Document Control group. Additionally, he will be responsible for standardizing and streamlining Inovar’s KPIs.

“We are pleased to have Jeremy join our team,” said Craig Rupp, CEO. “With his industry experience and expertise, he will be an asset to Inovar and our customers.”

Jeremy comes to Inovar from L3Harris, after 12+ years of leadership positions in supply chain, operations, quality and, most recently, as the director of supplier quality for L3Harris Broadband Communications Sector in Salt Lake City. He also has held leadership positions at Kodak and Technical Olympic, as well as work experience at Unisys and Ford Motor Company. Previous to these positions, Jeremy taught operations management and supply chain management at the University of Utah and Weber State, respectively. He holds Master degrees from Penn State University and the University of Central Florida, as well as a Bachelor degree from Michigan State University. His numerous training and certifications include Lean Six Sigma, AS9100D Lead Auditor, IPC-600, IPC-610, AS9102, Root Cause & Corrective Action, and numerous courses from the Defense Acquisition University in Contracting, Quality and Manufacturing.

“I am thrilled to be joining the Inovar family,” Jeremy commented. “As a previous customer, I have seen firsthand the exceptional results in quality and reliability, as well the spirit of partnership and collaboration.”

Inovar’s industry understanding and experience is unparalleled and enables the company to build the world’s most complex, mission critical products. For more information, visit



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