Inovar Receives ISO 13485 Medical Device Certification


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Inovar Inc., a full-service EMS provider, is now certified to the ISO 13485 medical device standard at its Tecate, Mexico factory. With this certification, the company is equipped to serve the medical device market along with the commercial, consumer and industrial higher volume opportunities from the Mexico facility.

Inovar currently serves highly regulated industries including medical, aviation, space and defense through its consistent commitment to quality, process controls and deep engineering talent. The company uses a proven quality management system that is modeled to perfect process control and quick turn in the United States will using Mexico as a cost-effective work center for producing volume production.

"Inovar enjoys the highest quality rating with each of our current medical customers. The ISO 13485 certification positions the Tecate, Mexico facility to continue our legacy, which is 'to improve the lives of our customer, their customer and the Inovar family'," said Craig Hensley, Director of Quality.

With the certification, Inovar not only can help customers seeking to build medical devices at the Tecate facility, but it also can further ensure quality while continuing to grow the business and exceed customer expectations.

About Inovar Inc.

Inovar Inc. is a full-service EMS company that offers customers a wide range of high-quality manufacturing, supply chain and engineering solutions that suit their needs. Inovar’s industry understanding and experience is unparalleled. To find out more about the company’s notable achievements, services provided, key leadership and history, click here for more information.

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