ENATEL DIRECTORS

John Morrissey - Chairman

John Morrissey - Chairman

John has 15 plus years of experience in establishing and leading a fast growing, high performance engineering enterprise, he was managing director of Swichtec.

John was lured from retirement by the attraction of building upon the Swichtec model of a successful power systems company based on technological leadership and cost effective solutions that quickly meet customer demands.



Gary Foot - Managing Director

Gary Foot - Managing Director

Gary began his career in the electronics industry with Tait Electronics where he progressed from a technical role to a management function. Subsequently appointed to the role of manufacturing manager at Swichtec, he set about establishing a world class manufacturing operation there.

Before joining Enatel, he spent several years consulting to electronics companies around the world based on his knowledge of world leading manufacturing practices.


Dennis Chapman - Executive Director

Dennis Chapman - Executive Director

Dennis entered engineering as an apprentice at global wireless solution designer and manufacturer Tait Electronics, he later designed the FM range of two way radios that helped position them as a global company.

He then went on to cofound Swichtec and developed much of the pioneering power technology that was crucial to that company’s growth. Dennis’ passion is developing power solutions based on flexible design ideas that utilize leading edge technology and he brings this expertise and experience to Enatel.


Andrew Davidson - Sales & Marketing Director

Andrew Davidson - Sales & Marketing Director

Like other Enatel directors, Andrew began his career at Tait Electronics. He gained experience in all areas of operations, including production, service and engineering, before devoting his energy to sales.

Andrew joined Swichtec in 1986 where he was made responsible for all sales and marketing activities, including the development of a global distribution network with representation in more than 40 countries.