Electrical Power Products, Inc. was formed in 1991. Our first line was LaMarche Manufacturing, Inc. Initial sales in 1991 were $2.5 million. To date, EPPI has grown many times over in volume with the initial lines and has added many additional lines to complement our portfolio as displayed in the “Products” category of our website. We are proud to be members of EERA (Electrical Equipment Representatives Association).
Charlie Gossage Jr. Senior consultant, started EPPI in 1991 and has built the business on strong ethical and professional standards, allowing the company to be one of the key liaisons between the power generation/protection industry and manufacturers nationwide. He now is a senior consultant to EPPI.
Charlie Gossage III President of EPPI, Charlie III graduated from East Carolina University in 2006 with a Major in Industrial Distribution/Logistics and a Minor in Business. He has played key roles in Business Development, Strategic Planning, and executing to optimize client results in the years past. Before coming on board with EPPI in 2011, Charlie III worked with Toshiba’s software teams helping to expand client portals, along with the Verizon Wireless B2B sales force. He oversees and manages a portfolio of projects daily for EPPI, all while uncovering new opportunities and leads.
Zach Gossage Vice President of EPPI, Zach graduated from Guilford Technical Community College with a 2-year Associates degree in Art/History, where he went to work for an electrical distributor. His roles included assisting the front counter/parts department, controlling inventory within, and delivering materials to job sites. Moving forward with his career, he took on a role within Verizon Wireless as an inside/outside sales rep. Before coming on board with EPPI, his last role consisted of working as a logistics broker with responsibilities including building and maintaining an active customer base, scheduling shipments, and invoicing. His role within EPPI consists of managing financials and overseeing daily invoicing, as well as establishing new relationships with customers and vendors.