Enespro Welcomes Chris Coughlan to the Team

Enespro®, a leader in innovative, USA-made electrical personal protective equipment (PPE), is pleased to welcome Chris Coughlan to the team as a regional manager responsible for the Western territory.

“Chris brings unique and valuable capabilities to Enespro,” said Rich Gojdics, VP of business development at Enespro. “Early in his career, Chris’s job required the use of electrical PPE. Consequently, he relates well to his customers’ applications and shares insights from his own user experiences.”

With a career spanning more than 20 years in the safety industry (including a previous role at Newson Gale), Chris has provided a wealth of knowledge in manufacturing, distribution and more — including direct experience with arc flash PPE and kits. By combining this experience with the strategic relationships that he’s formed throughout his career, Chris is now committed to helping Enespro continue its mission in keeping electrical workers safer through innovative PPE.

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