FedEx works all over the world and has lots of diversity with in there company. They work with everyday men and women “business to consumer” and all types of businesses as well “business to business.” FedEx started out their business as an over night package delivery company but has expanded its efforts into eight divisions: FedEx Express, FedEx Trade Networks, FedEx Supply Chain, FedEx Ground, FedEx Freight, FedEx Custom Critical, FedEx Office, and FedEx Services. FedEx Express is known as the worlds largest express transportation company. Providing the service of fast delivery to all addresses with in the United States. They are now also serving over 220 other countries worldwide. They use what they call a global air-and-ground network to help speed delivery of people’s time-sensitive shipments in what they hope to be a one to two business day transaction. They anchor down this process with a FedEx delivery time grantee. FedEx Supply Chain works with FedEx Express to organize global transportation and information networking so that you can personalize your information in a more effective and efficient method. They offer some tools to help in this process like FedEx Critical Inventory Logistics, FedEx Transportation Management, FedEx Fulfillment Services, cold chain solutions, cross docking and dock services. Also working with FedEx Express is FedEx Trade Networks they help make international shipping for all customers of any size easier. They do this by producing flexible end-to-end services including global cargo distribution, custom brokerage, and trade facilitation solutions. FedEx Ground focuses on cost-effective, small-package shipping. Which entails deliveries for business-to-business and residential service using FedEx Home Delivery and also FedEx SmartPost. FedEx SmartPost works with FedEx Ground to deliver packages from businesses to consumers specifically, these include e-tailers and catalog companies. They specialize...
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