3DX Industries Names Coriano VP of East Coast OperationsApril 23, 2021
3DX Industries, Inc., Ferndale, WA, a provider of components via metal additive manufacturing (AM) as well as subtractive processes, has announced the addition of Nicholas Coriano as vice president of East Coast operations. He will focus on, among other duties, an aggressive growth strategy that includes recruiting top talent to the management team, assembling a world-class board of directors, vetting potential acquisitions and marketing.
“3DX Industries ranks as a pioneer in the AM space, and aligns with my goals of building out company infrastructure to scale with an innovative, sustainable business,” says Coriano.
Coriano has held various senior consulting roles helping public and private companies with business planning, scaling operations, process outsourcing, investor relations and corporate team building. He primarily has focused on helping organizations with market capitalizations under $500 million build sustainable traction in public markets. Coriano has a bachelor’s degree in Finance from the University of Connecticut and a Juris Doctorate from The John Marshall Law School in Chicago. In his new position, he will focus on 3DX's strategic business development and operational processes, developing growth opportunities for 3DX’s capabilities on a global level through partnerships in various industries, including automotive, aerospace, manufacturing, retail, construction, engineering and more.
"The hiring of Nicholas Coriano comes at a time of significant growth in our business," says Roger Janssen, CEO and chairman of 3DX Industries. "3DX Industries’ expansion has come from offering exceptional service to our clients while providing metal 3D printing and precision manufacturing in a seamless fashion to customers. As we continue to grow our operations, the onboarding of proper personnel is necessary to reach our strategic expansion goals.”
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