This report is an overview of FedEx Corporation which we came across through the source of internet. We focused on different aspects of what FedEx is, how it works and how much is its global recognition.
FedEx is the world's largest express delivery, ground small-parcel delivery, less-than-truckload freight delivery, supply chain management, customs brokerage, trade facilitation and e-commerce solutions company with more than 145,000 employees, worldwide and delivering more than 3.2 million packages daily. They command a fleet of 634 aircraft and more than 42,500 vehicles. FedEx offers various international packages and document delivery services to 214 countries, as well as international freight services and also offers commercial and military charter services. Federal Express has reorganized in an effort to provide consumers better and more complete transportation, distribution, and logistics products and services. The Federal Express Corporation, formerly FDX Corporation, now provides strategic direction for six other companies; each with a key role in the corporation’s overall operation. * FedEx Express (formerly Federal Express) – the traditional global express delivery company utilizing air routes and local ground distribution * FedEx Ground (formerly RPS) - North American ground package delivery; expanding from business-to-business to business-to-consumer * FedEx Custom Critical (formerly Roberts Express) – time-specific, critical shipment within North America and within Europe * FedEx Logistics (formerly FDX Logistics) – a transportation management company plus two regional freight carriers * FedEx Trade Networks – provider of full-service customs brokerage, trade consulting, information technology, and e-clearance solutions * Viking Freight – western U.S. regional less-than-truckload carrier offering premium service
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