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Ryan Jacob: CAE Principles and Values

Ryan Jacob: CAE Guiding Principles (Part 2)

This is Part Two of Capital Asset Exchange & Trading’s piece on the company’s guiding principles as explained by Ryan Jacob. CAE has a commitment of providing buyers and sellers of secondary equipment a safe, comprehensive, and effective marketplace in which they can do business.

Since Capital Asset Exchange & Trading was founded in 1982 in Menlo Park, CA, the company’s ten core principles are what have guided and enabled it to deliver value to clients time and time again. Here is Part 2 of the values that make up CAE’s foundation:

Commitment – Whenever we make a commitment to a client or a partner, we make sure that we do what it takes to make it happen. We always operate with the best possible outcome in mind.

Teamwork – We treat each transaction as an opportunity for collaboration. We share what we’ve learned from each deal, and this only makes us stronger as individuals and as a team.

Attention to detail – We ask the hard questions and leave nothing to chance when it comes to client requirements. We get answers, do our due diligence, and get to the bottom of the issue.

Speed – Agility and adaptability are our hallmarks. We spot opportunities as they arise, and move quickly and accurately to generate value for our clients, and revenue for the company.

Tenacity – Our achievements are built on the shoulders of those who persevere through the challenges they encounter. We keep our eyes focused on our goal of providing value for our clients.

This is Part Two of a two-part special piece on CAE’s values and principles as explained by Ryan Jacob. For more about CAE, its history, and its accomplishments, we encourage you to browse other pages of this website.

You may also visit CAE’s website to browse the CAE Marketplace for its wide inventory of capital assets for sale.