Jet Express Inc.

By: Bubbajunk.com

Jet Express, Inc. was started business since 1983, the company provides truckload just in time service primarily in the mid western United States and Canada with a focus on automotive parts manufacturers. General Motors named Jet Express supplier of the year in 1996 and 1997. Its less than 200 out of an estimated 30,000 GM Supplier worldwide receive this coveted quality service price award.

The company has wide coverage in the Midwest that extends into the southeast and west states. Jet blankets these areas with 24 hours, and 7 days a week. The company is ISO 9001-2000 certified personnel to handle all customer shipment requirements.

Since each corporate officer is also a fully qualified driver, jet express understands, promotes and maintains a policy foundation grounded in the client/driver relationship. The corporate officers themselves, each of who play an integral role in company management promote jet express philosophy of excellence on a day to day basis. Kevin w. Burch serves as president, Gregory Atkinson as vice-president of sales and purchasing, a. roger Atkinson, Jr, as secretary/treasurer, and Kevin Hogan as vice- president of maintenance and physical plants.
 
The company storage trailer is a division of jet express, inc., a transportation serving the needs of its customers from last 50 years. The company at jet storage trailer can provide the complete package. The company providing responsible service trailers, delivery and pickup available 24 hours a day and 7 days a week at no additional charge for Saturdays, Sundays or holidays. They rent daily, weekly and monthly either long or short term storage.
 
The company has a fully staffed safety department consisting of five full time employees at the Dayton Office as well as individual log auditors at each of the four outlying terminals. Their safety department was the recipient of the National Grand Prize of Safety for Trucking Companies throughout the U.S. in 1998. In that year Jet had only four D.O.T. record able accidents in over 23 million miles of operation.