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January 27, 2022

Uxbridge manufacturer names Biagioni as president

Photo | Courtesy of Lampin Corporation John Biagioni, president of Lampin Corporation in Uxbridge

John Biagioni has been hired as the new president of Lampin Corp., a precision component manufacturer based in Uxbridge.

Biagoni’s appointment came Thursday, shortly after Robin LeClaire announced her retirement from the post.

Biagioni began his career as a machinist and worked his way up through various manufacturing companies and positions before obtaining a leadership role. In addition to his factory experience, Biagioni is an expert in the analysis and design of IoT-driven smart systems that improve the efficiency of business processes, according to the firm's press release.

Before joining Lampin, Biagioni spent a decade serving as the president of Dynisco, a Franklin-based business specializing in sensing and polymer test equipment.

Biagioni will bring his technology-forward and employee-centric approach to his new role at Lampin.

“Coming to Lampin was, for me, an opportunity to grow the company, apply my training and experience to improve long-term outcomes for employees, and continue to produce MITRPAK and the highly-engineered precision components upon which Lampin has built its reputation,” Biagioni said in the written release.

Biagioni earned his bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Rhode Island and a master's degree in operations and information technology from Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI). He also served as board advisor for WPI's Circular Economy and Data Analytics Engineering Research for Sustainability (CEDAR) program.

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