FedEx Express President, Asia Pacific Region (APAC): David L. Cunningham, Jr.
Headquarters: Hong Kong, China
Employees and Contractors: More than 18,000
Stations: Located in all major cities in Asia
Main Hubs: Guangzhou, China; Osaka, Japan
Countries and Territories Served: More than 30
Number of flights operated in APAC: More than 400 flights per week
Vehicle Fleet: More than 3,900
Asia is an important part of FedEx global strategy. We have been focused on this region since we began operations in Asia in 1984. We have more than 18,000 employees in the region, serving more than 30 countries and territories in Asia
China plays a significant role in FedEx business in Asia. FedEx entered mainland China in 1984 and has been committed to growing points of access to and within China. Currently, FedEx operates as a wholly foreign-owned enterprise, which allows for enhanced business flexibility and improved speed-to-market. FedEx China has more than 9,500 employees dedicated to providing international and domestic services in the country. We currently have more than 220 weekly flights to and from four cities in China – Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, and Shenzhen.
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Europe, Middle East, Indian Subcontinent and Africa Facts
FedEx Express President, Europe, Middle East, Indian Subcontinent and Africa Region (EMEA): David Binks
Headquarters: Brussels, Belgium
Employees: Approximately 20,000
Main Hubs: Paris, France; Cologne, Germany
Countries and Territories Served: 127
Airports Served Directly: 45
Across Europe, the Middle East, Indian Subcontinent and Africa, FedEx Express currently serves hundreds of cities and markets with its intercontinental and international express services.
In the last decade, FedEx has made a number of significant strategic investments to its network and provides customers a competitive advantage via unmatched access and connections to next-day service to the U.S. and Asia Pacific. FedEx has introduced an International Economy Service from 27 of the EMEA countries to more than 220 countries and territories worldwide, an East Coast Special Service allowing later drop off times in Europe with next day delivery to the US East Coast and a direct roundtrip flight between Paris and Hong Kong allowing customers in many European markets to benefit from next day service from Asia.
The FedEx Express hub at Roissy-Charles De Gaulle airport in Paris, France, is the largest FedEx hub outside the US and the primary European gateway for packages sent by FedEx customers throughout the world. The airport boasts a multi-modal logistics center with good highway linkages. The European hub at Roissy-Charles de Gaulle was granted the prestigious ISO (International Organization for Standardization) 14001:2004 certification for environmental management. The certification recognizes that FedEx operations are managed in a resourceful and responsible manner, while minimizing the environmental impact.
In 2010, FedEx Express in Germany moved its Central & Eastern European hub from Frankfurt to Cologne. The new hub is a vital link in the FedEx worldwide network, acting as a central gateway for packages arriving by ground or air from Central and Eastern Europe and providing fast connectivity within Europe, to the U.S. and Asia. The state-of-the-art, environmentally-friendly facility features a solar power system with the capacity to produce more than 1,790,000 kilowatt hours of electricity each year. This project is FedEx Express largest solar power roof-top installation in terms of area on roof space (approximately 16,000 m²).
Always seeking to broaden its access inside as well as between countries, FedEx has over the past years made a number of strategic acquisitions in Europe. In 2006 FedEx acquired ANC, a domestic express company in the United Kingdom. The company, now rebranded as FedEx UK, enables FedEx to serve the entire UK domestic market. In April 2007, FedEx acquired the Hungarian express company Flying-Cargo Hungary Kft. More recently, in 2012, FedEx purchased TATEX, a French business-to-business express transportation company and Opek, a courier company in Poland, providing FedEx with additional intra-European capabilities in two of the largest geographies on the continent. FedEx also continues to invest in long-term growth and prosperity in India. Following the acquisition of PAFEX in 2006, one of the country’s largest domestic express companies, in 2011 FedEx Express acquired the logistics, distribution and express businesses of AFL Pvt. Ltd. and its affiliate Unifreight India Pvt. Ltd. This acquisition enhanced FedEx Express leadership position in the Indian Express market.
With increased channels and capabilities for timely transportation around the world and within the EMEA, FedEx continues to record the best customer satisfaction scores in the industry.
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Latin America Facts
FedEx Express President, Latin America-Caribbean Region (LAC): Juan N. Cento
Headquarters: Miami, Florida
Employees and Contractors: 17,000
Main Hub: Miami, Florida
Countries and Territories Served: 50
Airports Served Directly: More than 20
With more than 17,000 employees serving more than 50 countries and territories across nine million square miles, FedEx has become one of the largest express transportation companies in Latin America and the Caribbean since it started operations there in 1989. In 2004, we launched FedEx Transborder Distribution, which provided the high-volume Mexican export community an alternative, cost-effective shipping solution for deferred transportation to the United States.
In August 2008, FedEx launched FedEx Express Nacional, a domestic next-business-day service that provides high-quality, reliable and convenient express shipping solutions across Mexico. The service features delivery to any address in Mexico, online tracking and tracing, and is backed by the FedEx money-back guarantee.
On July 25, 2011, FedEx Express acquired MultiPack (Servicios Nacionales Mupa, S.A. de C.V.), strengthening the FedEx network in Mexico. The addition of MultiPack expanded the reach and the portfolio of FedEx with a solid infrastructure that included 48 distribution centers, 13 warehouses and more than 500 retail outlets in Mexico. The FedEx workforce in Mexico now accounts for more than 5,000 dedicated employees across the country.
On July 5, 2012, FedEx Express acquired Rapidão Cometa, one of the largest transportation and logistics companies in Brazil. The acquisition of Rapidão Cometa bolstered the FedEx network in Brazil, giving customers a one-stop-shop for both domestic and international transportation and logistics services. It also increased the FedEx Express portfolio with direct access to nationwide domestic services within Brazil and a domestic ground network of 45 branches and approximately 145 distribution points, 770 vehicles and trailers, and 9,000 team members across the country.
FedEx Express LAC has acted as a pillar of growth for the region and continues its commitment to small and medium exporters by offering innovative ways to access the global marketplace.
Through a network of more than 100 flights per week originating in Latin America, 50 flights per day throughout the Caribbean and a fleet of more than 1,000 delivery vehicles, FedEx connects Latin America to the world.
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North America Facts
FedEx Express President, Chief Executive Officer: David J. Bronczek
FedEx Express President, Canada Region: Lisa Lisson
FedEx Ground President, Chief Executive Officer: Henry J. Maier
FedEx Office President, Chief Executive Officer: Brian Philips
FedEx Freight President, Chief Executive Officer: William J. Logue
Headquarters: Memphis, Tennessee; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Dallas, Texas
Team Members: More than 285,000
Main Hubs: Memphis, Tennessee; Oakland, California; Newark, New Jersey; Fort Worth, Texas; Indianapolis, Indiana; Anchorage, Alaska
FedEx was founded in 1973 in Memphis, Tennessee, birthing a new industry by delivering urgent packages overnight. From our humble beginnings with 14 small aircraft serving 25 cities, FedEx has grown to become the world's largest express transportation company, providing fast and reliable delivery to nearly every address in North America and connecting any two major North American cities within 24 hours.
With its ever-expanding range of services, FedEx gave North American businesses previously unheard of access to each other and the world at large. From FedEx Express, which provides global connectivity from the United States and Canada to more than 220 countries and territories worldwide, to FedEx Ground's specialty of cost-effective, small package shipping, FedEx has the shipping solution in North America for just about any business or consumer. Through FedEx Office, a leading provider of document solutions and business services, the company offers access to copying and digital printing, professional finishing, document creation, videoconferencing, signs and graphics and full range of FedEx day-definite ground shipping and time-definite global express shipping services.
FedEx has also offered longstanding service to Canada. In 1981, FedEx Express inaugurated its international delivery service with flights from the United States to Canada, becoming the first Canadian courier to use dedicated airlift. FedEx Ground service was launched in Canada in 2000 to provide customers with reliable day-definite service, both within Canada and to the United States. Today, FedEx's Canadian customers can access goods, services and information anywhere in the world.