FedEx Corporation (FedEx), incorporated on October 2, 1997, provides a portfolio of transportation, e-commerce and business services through companies that compete collectively, operate independently and manage collaboratively, under the respected FedEx brand. These companies are included in four business segments: FedEx Express, Federal Express Corporation (FedEx Express), is an express transportation company, offering time-certain delivery within 1 to 3 business days and serving markets that comprise more than 90% of the world’s gross domestic product; FedEx Ground, FedEx Ground Package System, Inc. (FedEx Ground), is a provider of small-package ground delivery service; FedEx Freight, FedEx Freight Corporation, is a provider of less-than-truckload (LTL) freight services through its FedEx Freight business (regional next-day and second-day and interregional LTL freight services) and its FedEx National LTL business (long-haul LTL freight services), and FedEx Services, FedEx Corporate Services, Inc. (FedEx Services) provides sales, marketing and information technology support, as well as customer service support through FedEx Customer Information Services, Inc., primarily for the benefit of FedEx Express and FedEx Ground. FedEx Express Segment
FedEx Express has approximately 53,500 drop-off locations (including at FedEx Kinko’s centers), 677 aircraft and 51,500 vehicles and trailers in its integrated global network. FedEx Express offers a range of shipping services for delivery of packages and freight. Overnight package services are backed by money-back guarantees and extend to the entire United States population. FedEx Express offers three United States overnight delivery services: FedEx First Overnight, FedEx Priority Overnight and FedEx Standard Overnight. FedEx SameDay service is available for urgent shipments up to 70 pounds to any United States destination. FedEx Express also offers express freight services backed by money-back guarantees to handle the needs of the time-definite global freight market. International express delivery with a money-back guarantee is available to more than 220 countries and territories, with a variety of time-definite services to meet distinct customer needs. FedEx Express also offers an international freight service, backed by a money-back guarantee, real-time tracking and customs clearance. FedEx Express increased the reach of its FedEx International Priority Freight service to cover more than 200 countries. Under a July 2006 agreement with the United States Postal Service that runs through September 2013, FedEx Express provides domestic air transportation services to the United States Postal Service, including for its First-Class, Priority and Express Mail. FedEx Express also has approximately 5,000 drop boxes at United States Post Offices in approximately 340 metropolitan areas and provides transportation and delivery for the United States Postal Service’s international delivery service called Global Express Guaranteed (GXG). FedEx Trade Networks is a provider of international trade services, specializing in customs brokerage and global cargo distribution. FedEx Trade Networks’ value-added services include Global Trade Data, an information tool that allows customers to track and manage imports. FedEx Trade Networks provides international trade advisory services, including assistance with the Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT) program, and through its WorldTariff subsidiary, FedEx Trade Networks publishes customs duty and tax information for over 100 customs areas worldwide. FedEx Trade Networks has 100 offices in 80 service locations throughout North America. Offices are also maintained in Asian and European markets through agents. FedEx Ground Segment
FedEx Ground serves customers in the North American small-package market, focusing primarily on business and residential delivery of packages weighing up to 150 pounds. Ground service is provided to...
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