Quest Appoints New VP of Operations

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Quest Vision Care Specialty Lab appoints a new VP of Operations

Largo, FL., February 1, 2018 – Quest Vision Care Specialty  Lab, Inc., known as “the lab’s lab” throughout the wholesale industry, announces the appointment of Greg Boruta as the company’s new Vice President of Operations. Mr. Boruta has been with Quest since its inception 14 years ago, climbing the ranks from apprentice to lab manager through the mastery of all the necessary skills for lab managers across the globe. Immigrating to the United States in 1996 after studying marketing at the internationally renowned private national University of Louis in Mielec, Poland he began his career at Walach Industries

learning the ins and out of optical tool manufacturing. When Quest opened in 2014, Mr. Boruta was one of the original team. Now over a decade later, he has come to represent the amazing American Dreamesque success that is Quest, as one of the benefactors as well as a key instigator in its continued growth and success. 

 

Michael Walach, the chairman and CEO of Quest Lab stated that “Quest is incredibly fortunate to have such a diligent and talented member of our team now leading the day to day operations of the lab.” He went on to say, that “Mr. Boruta was the obvious choice for several reasons including his fearlessness to attempt the impossible and his ability to identify and subsequently solve problems. What really sets Mr. Boruta apart from other candidates is his unrelentless pursuit of perfection and willingness to make sure the job gets done right. He completely embodies our timeless philosophy at Quest that “we have never refused a prescription order. No matter how extreme, complex or unusual the request may be, we always find a way to deliver.” Mr. Boruta shared that he felt “honored” by the company’s decision, commenting that “what makes Quest lab so special is its inherent uniqueness, unlike any other lab in the world. Not only do we have the great privileged to produce with some of the hardest jobs in the world, but we have the freedom to use our knowledge of technology and optics to find the best solution for the patient.” Mr. Boruta is due to unveil his detailed strategy for growth and operational plan during the first fiscal quarter.

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