Embracing the Challenge
You might have heard it before: selling to the government can be complex. It takes time, dedication, patience, and persistence. You can know how to navigate the industry, but selling to the government also requires embracing the challenges that come your way.
That’s why at JetCo Federal, we ask the question, “How hard can it be?” As a company that focuses on solving complex warehouse sourcing challenges, our team is always prepared and welcomes complex delivery requirements. From transparent communication with multiple manufacturers to our in-house logisticians conducting detailed load planning, we’re ready to embrace your sourcing challenge.
But, why do we do it? Many companies would look at a complex sourcing problem and walk away. But not us. So, why? It comes down to two simple points:
1. Challenge drives us.
We can do simple sourcing, but it’s the nitty-gritty and the tough problems that make our team intrigued. Our team is intense, innovative, and doesn’t back down from a problem. We dive deep, take the “challenge accepted” approach, and find the solution every time. For example, one of our contracts requires us to deliver 110 different line items to 86 locations across the county with no predictability in the ordering cycle, and at a 5 unit minimum. We’re killing it and impressing the client with every interaction.
2. We want to win, every single day.
Whether it’s winning a large contract with the government or solving a simple sourcing problem, we want to win, consistently. Our team wants to win, and we want our federal agency clients to win.
So, if you have a complex sourcing challenge, give us a call. We’ll embrace your challenge and won’t back down. We promise.
At JetCo Federal, we are always asking the question: “How hard can it be?” Many companies see complexity as risk, but JetCo has a different approach. We embrace challenges and want to win, every single day. Whether it’s a demanding contract or thorny sourcing problem, our team delivers on time and on budget. Learn More About JetCo >
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