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FedEx Corporation Overview

History of FedEx

FedEx Corporation is an American-based worldwide courier delivery Service Company, which has its headquarters located in Memphis, Tennessee. The term “FedEx” is an abbreviation from the company’s original air division name, Federal Express, which was used from 1973 until 2000.

Today, FedEx is being directed by FedEx Corporation that offers strategic direction and combined financial reporting for companies that are operating under the FedEx worldwide: FedEx Services, FedEx Office, FedEx Trade Networks, FedEx Custom Critical, FedEx Express, FedEx Freight, FedEx Ground, and FedEx Supply Chain Solutions.

FedEx offers businesses and customers all over the world a comprehensive portfolio of E-commerce, business, and transportation services. FedEx provides integrated business applications by operating companies competing cooperatively and managed collaboratively, under the valued FedEx brand. Constantly ranked as among the world’s admired and reliable employers, FedEx encourages its more than 300,000 team associates to maintain absolute and positive focus on safety, paramount ethical and professional standards to satisfy the needs of the customers and communities.

More about FedEx Express

FedEx Express: US

FedEx Express provides a great range of shipping services for delivery of minor packages of up to 150 lbs. each. With a consistent U.S. express service, there is assurance that delivery is done in 1 to 3 business days within the United States. Express service can also be availed in between continental U.S and Hawaii or Alaska, but kindly check with the FedEx Service Guide first or contact 1.800.Go.FedEx to know the delivery commitments.

FedEx Express: International

With unrivaled air route authorities and a broad air/ground infrastructure, FedEx Express offers door-to-door and customs-cleared service to a lot of international locations as compared to its contenders. International express delivery is assured to 220 countries and regions, with a wide range of time-definite services to meet individual needs of customers.

FedEx Express: Freight

For freight pallets that weigh from 151 lbs. to 2,200 lbs., FedEx Express Freight can provide 100% coverage to U.S. locations anywhere within 1-3 business days. International express freight can provide priority service to about 50 countries within 1-3 business days, with economy service to other locations, typically about five business days.

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