Enespro Welcomes Vince Long to the Team

Enespro®, a leader in innovative USA-made electrical PPE is pleased to welcome Vince Long to the team as a regional manager responsible for the South territory.

“We’re excited to have Vince on our team, and he’s looking forward to helping our customers solve their electrical PPE problems,” said Rich Gojdics, VP of Business Development at Enespro. “Vince also brings the extremely successful skill of a listen-first approach that aligns well with how we engage with safety professionals and users of electrical PPE.”

Vince’s previous roles at Salomon® and Arc’teryx® provided experience in technical garment outerwear, fabrics and textiles. This experience has given him the opportunity to translate his knowledge of protective clothing and passion for the industry into Enespro’s innovative line of arc flash PPE kits, arc flash suits, face shields, balaclavas and rubber voltage gloves.

Contact Vince or any of the other members of the Enespro team here, and see how we reinvented electrical PPE.

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