EMS Industry Veteran Ken Morris Joins Intervala

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Intervala LLC, a premier full-service electronics manufacturing services (EMS) provider, announced that Ken Morris has joined the company as director of operations for its cable and harness manufacturing facility in Hudson, New Hampshire. Morris is responsible for leading the site’s production, engineering and continuous improvement functions as Intervala makes further investments in its custom cable and harness assembly capabilities and expertise.

Morris’ career in the EMS industry spans four decades with extensive experience in the cable and harness manufacturing arena, serving customers in high-reliability, technology-driven markets, including medical devices, aerospace and defense, and industrial. He joined Intervala from Scott Electronics Inc. where he worked as general manager for U.S. EMS operations. He previously was employed for more than 30 years with the former Atronix Inc., now a unit of Amphenol Corporation, where he held a variety of leadership positions, including production manager, warehouse and engineering manager, and senior program manager. 

Since acquiring the Hudson operation in 2020, Intervala has made several investments at the site, including enhanced automated tooling and equipment, greater support for the site’s overmolding capabilities and additional talent with expertise in high-reliability cable and harness design and manufacturing. The company plans to add fiber optic cabling to its offerings in 2023. The Hudson site is certified to ISO 9001:2015, AS9100D and ISO 13485:2016 quality standards. 

“We are excited to have a manufacturing operations leader of Ken’s caliber join our growing team,” said Teresa Huber, president and CEO. “During his wide-ranging career, Ken has worked in virtually every discipline of operations and program management, honing his skills in all aspects of cable and harness manufacturing, electronics assembly and customer success. Since joining Intervala, he has already made several key improvements in streamlining our cable and harness operations, including implementing cellular manufacturing on the production floor. We look forward to his additional contributions as we continue to expand our capabilities to better serve our customers.”


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