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Inovar Joins the Coalition Against Counterfeiting and Piracy

Fri, 06/24/2011 - 8:20am
Inovar Inovar, a leading contract electronics manufacturer (CEM) dedicated to providing quality services and flexible solutions to OEMs in the fastest growing segments of the electronic industry, is now registered with the Coalition Against Counterfeiting and Piracy (CACP).

Inovar is a world-class contract manufacturer of high-reliability, extremely complex products for the medical, military and instrumentation markets. The company’s affiliation with the CACP demonstrates its commitment to controlling the supply chain by using authentic material to generate products according to its customers’ specifications and design.

“The CACP is just one more strategy to ensure quality service and enable Inovar to produce quality products for our customers,” said Jed Jones, VP Sales & Marketing. “Our customers trust Inovar as their manufacturing partner and treat us as an extension of their business. We want to make sure we are doing everything possible to continually earn their trust and produce high-quality products for them.”

The CACP is a consortium of more than 700 member companies that have taken a stand against counterfeiting and piracy within industry. This group is a subsidiary of the US Chamber of Commerce. The coalition is committed to increasing the understanding of the negative impact of counterfeiting and piracy, and to finding real solutions by working with governments, industry, opinion leaders, the media and consumers.

Inovar is ISO 13485 & ISO 9001, AS9100 certified and FDA registered with world-class quality and robust process controls. The company’s unique customer-focused business model enables it to provide customers with responsive and scalable manufacturing and supply chain solutions.

For more information about Inovar, visit www.inovar-inc.com.  

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