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John Czazasty

Vice President of Engineering

John Czazasty is currently the Director of Engineering for Dynisco in Franklin, Massachusetts and is responsible for Dynisco's Engineering at their Franklin, MA, Akron, OH and Shanghai, China facilities. 

John has had various roles in Engineering, Manufacturing and Product Management over his career at Dynisco.  Most recently he led efforts to create “Vertex” a patented pressure sensor based on a disruptive technology that will replace Dynisco’s core melt pressure technology. Dynisco received several innovation and technology awards for the new technology and process, including the prestigious American Business Awards (ABA); where we were recognized with a Gold Stevie Award as Innovative New Product of the Year. We also received a Silver Award in the category of Most Innovative Tech Company of the year.  In addition, Flow Control magazine recognized Vertex with its 2013 Innovation Award.

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