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Gateway Safety hires product development manager, emphasizes quality and innovation

Greg SchmidtGateway Safety is pleased to announce the appointment of Greg Schmidt to the newly created position of Product Development Manager. In this role, Schmidt will manage product development efforts in all of Gateway Safety’s product categories, including eye, face, head, hearing, and respiratory protection.

“Greg’s strong industrial background, especially in safety equipment, makes him a valuable addition to the Gateway Safety team,” said Michael Love, Gateway Safety’s President. “He’ll help ensure that Gateway Safety maintains our well-earned reputation as an industry leader in both product quality and product innovation.”

Schmidt joins Gateway Safety from Applied Industrial Technologies (AIT), where his role as product manager encompassed tools, safety, and general industrial products. Previously, Greg was a design engineer and a product manager for Rockwell Automation. 

Greg earned both his Master of Business Administration and his Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from Case Western Reserve University.

About Gateway Safety, Inc.

For more than 65 years, Gateway Safety has been designing and manufacturing award-winning, cost-effective safety products in eye, face, head, hearing, and respiratory protection. Gateway Safety works hard to provide personal protective equipment that workers want to wear––helping companies increase safety compliance, improve the overall welfare of their employees, and reduce the high costs associated with workplace injuries. With many products independently certified to meet ANSI and CSA standards, Gateway Safety ensures its products are safe, durable, and of the highest quality. For more information, contact: Gateway Safety, Inc., 11111 Memphis Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio 44144. Phone: 800-822-5347. Fax: 216-889-1200. Web: www.GatewaySafety.com/PR. E-mail: marketing@gatewaysafety.com.

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