ENECON Corporation has pioneered unique coating systems for industry. Their partners developed the first epoxy nonskid deck coatings approved by the U.S. Navy and the first products approved to the Department of Defense Specification C-24176 for hull fairing/smoothing. The senior management of ENECON® Corporation have over 125 years of combined practical experience in troubleshooting industrial fluid flow problems. They have worked closely in the past with such diverse and prestigious organizations as the Panama Canal, Army Corps of Engineers, U.S. Navy, nuclear and fossil fuel power stations, pulp and paper mills, petrochemical plants, mining and quarrying operations, food processing facilities, etc. ENECON® provides industries, utilities and institutions with the finest repair and protection products and services available. ENECON® therefore, is the name to call when fluid flow problems are costing you time, money and aggravation.
ENECON offers motivated sales professionals a variety of career opportunities with our company:
ENECON Corporation is firmly committed to the principle of marketing its products and services through a network of employed Regional Sales Directors and District Sales Managers working with and supporting independent Sales Agents, and/or exclusive stocking Distributors — independent business people who are responsible for developing maximum sales penetration in their respective, geographic territories.
The training they receive is intensive, extensive and ongoing, giving them the technological expertise necessary to act in an engineering-type consulting capacity — without having to be a graduate engineer to do it. They are all trained to be problem solvers who can be called upon to deal with all levels of management, and be as comfortable talking to a corporate president as they would be to a maintenance mechanic. The relationships they develop with their customers are interactive and ongoing. ENECON sales professionals enjoy a significant amount of repeat business from their client base. They are ORDER MAKERS — not ORDER TAKERS!