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We are hiring!

Job Title: Inside Sales/Customer Service

About our Company:
Based in Sylva, NC, JXT Company is growing and we would like you to be a part of our team. We have been in business for over 14 years and going strong! We are
one of the major B2B commercial and industrial distributors in Western North Carolina.

What’s Different About This Inside Sales Job?
• No nights or weekends, daytime hours only.
• No out -of-town travel.
• Work in a dynamic industry.

• You must have excellent oral and written communication skills.
• Be self-motivated, a quick learner, and able to prioritize and multi-task effectively.
• Knowledgeable with and experience using Microsoft Office.
• Must be detail oriented.
• Must be able to analyze and research products and information.
• Have a valid driver’s license and be able to lift 30 – 50 lbs.
• Must participate in a criminal background check.

Job Duties:
• Learn concepts and terminology related to our industry and equipment.
• Grow repeat sales by providing product and technical information quotations in an accurate and timely manner.
• Accurately process customer transactions such as orders, quotes, returns.
• Act as primary point of contact for online order customers, answering phone and email inquiries, resolving complaints and processing orders in an efficient and
timely manner. Assist e-commerce platform and remove discontinued/out-of-stock items.
• Accurately process vendor transactions such as purchase orders, returns and quote requests.
• Present a professional image in the office, on the phone and online.
• Make local deliveries to customers.
• Assist walk-in customers with inquiries, sales, pick-ups, and payments.
• Work efficiently with outside sales and other team members to support outside sales with quotes, pricing, and sourcing, develop customers and ensure customer
• Paid holidays.
• Paid Vacation time.
• IRA Bonus Program.
• Flexible hours.
• Monday to Friday
Job Type:
• Full-time, 30 – 40 hours/week
• 1-year office work, Sales, Microsoft Office is required.
COVID-19 considerations:

• Only healthy employees are allowed inside the building. All employees are required to wear face coverings and remain at least 6 feet apart.
• Disinfection is performed regularly and frequent handwashing is required.

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Repair Parts for STERRAD NX, 100NX AND 100S

Introducing More New Parts to fit Sterrad NX, 100NX & 100S Hydrogen Peroxide Sterilization Systems!
JXT Company is pleased to introduce more (RPI) new parts to fit Sterrad NX, 100NX & 100S hydrogen peroxide sterilization systems including the Vacuum Test Gauge Kit which includes an Inficon Vacuum Test Gauge, Centering Rings (16KF), Clamps (10KF & 16KF), Adaptor Fitting, Vacuum Reducer Tee (1″ x 1″ x 3/4″), Vacuum Radius Elbow (3/4″), O-Rings and O-Ring Lubricant. Plus, JXT Company’s Vacuum Test Gauge Kit comes with a convenient, sturdy, lockable, foam lined, plastic case!

JXT Company also offers Vaporizer/Condenser Service Kits which include the Valve Manifold Assembly, Insulation Block Kit, Wire Brushes, Cleanout Tool, Heat Sink Compound, O-Rings, Cleaning Pads, and mounting hardware to fit the Vaporizer/Condenser Assembly in the NX and 100NX.

Also available are the Injector Assembly Rebuild Kit and Injector Assembly Tool Kit to fit the 100S. JXT Company’s Injector Assembly Tool Kit includes custom tools perfect for installing the needles into the Injector Valve Assembly and cleaning and disassembling the Injector Base.

Other new arrivals include Fans, Solenoid Valves, Solenoid Valve Rebuild Kit, Screen Filter, and more!

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Disposable food and beverage container

JXT Company is proud to announce we are now a distributor for Fineline Settings!

Fineline Settings is your one stop shop for all your disposable food and beverage container needs. They offer several compostable products that are ecofriendly. With 20 different brands, Fineline Settings is sure to have what you are looking for. Their products are great for daily dining services, caterers, and everything in between. Fineline offers elegance and sophistication as well as convenience and affordability.

Stop by our office to view some of what Fineline has to offer!

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Protect Your Cabinets with Flexible Plastic Cabinet Savers

Cabinet Savers are flexible plastic liners designed to protect your kitchen sink cabinets and bathroom vanity baseboards from damage caused by water, leaks, and cleaning chemicals. With a unique channel design and a built in drain cone, they provide warning of leaks, alerting you before potential catastrophe. They are inexpensive and provide a great return on investment.

  • Made from Low-Density Polyethylene in the USA
  • Holds up to 1 Gallon of Water
  • Easy to install as well as remove and clean
  • 100% Recyclable
  • Available in White or Beige in a Variety of Sizes
  • Perfect for Apartments, Dormitories, Hotels, Institutions, and Large-Scale Residencies
  • Quantity Discounts available upon request

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JXT Co – Trade Ally of Duke Energy’s Smart Saving Program

JXT Company has been a Trade Ally of Duke Energy’s The Smart $aver® Rebate Program from the program’s beginning.
We sell the energy efficient equipment as well as assist our customers with getting cash rebates from Duke Energy by helping with the application process.
The Smart $aver®  Rebate Program is to encourage the purchase and installation of high-efficiency lighting, HVAC systems, commercial and agricultural equipment, as well as equipment for industrial facilities.
Rebates paid may vary based on individual equipment applications determined by Duke Energy.
For pre-qualification, eligibility requirements, application preparation and submittal, please contact Energy Manager of DUKE Energy’s Trade Ally – JXT Company PRIOR to equipment purchasing. T: 828-735-1978 or E-Mail:
Important notes about Smart $aver rebates
1.  Rebates are available for new construction and retrofit of existing and/or replacement of failed equipment.
2.  As federal energy policy laws change, equipment efficiency levels may change.
3.  Notification of any program changes will be posted on
4.  Equipment must be installed and operational prior to submitting Prescriptive applications.
5.  Prescriptive rebates cannot exceed 75 percent of the customers’ equipment cost.
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Building Confidence (And Screens) with DIY Projects

Sometimes taking on a new task can be frightening. The lack of experience and fear of failure are enough to keep some people from ever accomplishing anything outside of your comfort zone. But don’t let these things hold you back. On the contrary, use your new projects as a way to get more out of life, including skills and lessons that you can apply to other parts of your life.

For example, last week I was tasked with a request at work to assemble some screens for one of our clients. There were a lot of thoughts bouncing about, most of them being related to how I had no idea what I was getting myself into. To be honest, I’m not much of a DIY guy, but I also like a good challenge, so I took on the project with some extra gusto and jumped straight in.

Screen frames, fiberglass screen, spline, and a utility knife
Screen frames, fiberglass screen, spline, and a utility knife, my tools of the trade.

My first order of business was to figure out how I was going to make a screen out of these frames, fiberglass lining, and spline. It’s not rocket science or anything, but for a beginner, it can still be a bit of a challenge to go from piles of material to finished project, so I consulted my trusty companion: the Internet.

After watching a very useful video on the subject, I had enough of a grasp on things to get to work. Since the custom screen kits we were using were measured and already had the corner guards and pull tabs built on, I didn’t have to do any cutting or measuring and was able to just snap the frames into place.

The assembled frame of a screen
The assembled frame of a screen, ready to be screened and splined.

The next step was to cut out a section of screen lining to be laid in the frame. Our kit came with a roll of charcoal fiberglass screen. The important thing to remember for this part was that each side needs to be a few inches longer than the dimensions of the screen, a mistake I overlooked during my first attempt. But to err is human, so I cut out another section of the lining and moved on to the next part of the project.

A (mostly) assembled screen and a spline roller
A (mostly) assembled screen and a spline roller.

My last major task was perhaps the most daunting of all: rolling the spline over the screen into the frame. Using a spline roller, which is like a glorified double-edged pizza cutter, my objective was to keep the screen in place while also making sure it’s tight. I had to have done this part at least three times before getting the hang of it. A good piece of advice would be to start pulling the screen away from the opposite edge once you reach the third and fourth sides. This will keep the screen nice and tight, kind of like the head of a drum.

The finished product, a fully built window screen
The finished product, a fully built window screen.

After what felt like an eternity of frustration and blister inducing pain, my hard work had finally paid off. The first of the screens was complete. Not only did I feel a sense of pride and accomplishment after relishing in the fruit of my labor, but I also had the confidence and hands-on experience to finish the other four screens in considerably less time. The first one took about an hour or two for me to finish, but the others maybe took 10-15 minutes each. It felt good to get them out of the way at last.

All in all, do-it-yourself projects can provide great insight on things such as problem solving, patience, and craftsmanship. If you want to give putting a screen together a shot, consider getting your own screen kit and feel the satisfaction of putting something together with your own two hands!

This article was written by Alex Norris.