FedEx Corporation

History
The modern air/ground express industry was pioneered with the founding of Federal Express in 1971; the corporation was created in 1998 as FDX Corporation and became FedEx Corporation in January 2000.

Headquarters
Memphis, Tenn.

Principal Officers

NYSE Listing
FDX (since December 1978)

FY14 Revenue
$45.6 billion


Consolidated Information for all FedEx Companies


Workforce

More than 300,000 team members worldwide

Average Daily Volume
More than 10.5 million shipments for express, ground, freight and expedited delivery services

Service Area
More than 220 countries and territories, including every address in the United States

fedex.com
Over 32 million unique visitors monthly; more than 6.5 million package tracking requests daily and more than 20 million labels generated via FedEx Ship Manager monthly

Operating Facilities

  • Express: 1,250 stations; 10 air express hubs
  • Ground: 33 ground hubs; over 500 pickup/delivery terminals
  • Freight: Approximately 370 service centers
  • Office:  More than 1,800 locations

Air Operations
650 aircraft; more than 375 airports served worldwide

Ground Fleet
More than 100,000 motorized vehicles for express, ground, freight and expedited delivery service

Dropoff Locations

  • 690 FedEx World Service Centers
  • 1,750 FedEx Office locations
  • 6,300 FedEx Authorized ShipCenters® and Alliance Partners
  • 37,500 FedEx Drop Boxes

Recent Awards

  • FORTUNE Magazine:  No. 8 among “World’s Most Admired Companies” and No. 1 in the delivery industry (2014)
  • FORTUNE Magazine:  “100 Best Places to Work For” (2013)
  • Reputation Institute: No. 8 among "America's Most Reputable Companies" (2014)
  • Workplace Dynamics: "National Top Workplaces" (2013)
  • Bloomberg Businessweek Magazine:   Among “The Civic 50” listing of America’s Most Community-Minded Companies (2013)
  • Wal-Mart: “Small Parcel Carrier of the Year” (2013)


Revised June 18, 2014