September 20, 2019
In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, we asked several of our team members to share how they stay connected with their heritage and why they feel diversity & inclusion is important for FedEx. Giraldo (Jerry) Alvare | Betty Lavandero | Daniela Molina | Ramon Lopez Giraldo (Jerry) Alvare Communications Specialist, Regional Communications – FedEx Ground
August 15, 2019
Go on the road with FedEx to the famed coast of Maine. Ride along with Bob Cochran, a National Truck Driving Championships five-time state champion driver. Bob welcomes you to join him on his route as he visits Atlantic Edge Lobster, A.G.A. Correa custom jewelry, and the operator of America’s last remaining hand-operated swing bridge.
July 16, 2019
When Trevorn was 8 years old, he found himself in the midst of an absolute living nightmare. At his primary school in Jamaica, one of his classmates made a catapult that fired a pencil which struck Trevorn without warning, squarely in the eye. After two emergency surgeries the pencil was removed and the lens was
June 17, 2019
FedEx Agreement with Dollar General Increases Convenient Access to FedEx Drop-off and Pickup Services
When your vision meets our growing network, we can create possibilities for shoppers and growth for online merchants.
May 30, 2019
FedEx Ground will move to a seven-day residential delivery operation in January 2020.
May 1, 2019
She calls herself Mama Rose. She had traveled to Colorado Springs for her brother’s funeral when she had an auto accident and didn’t have the extra cash for the repairs. Now she’s homeless, in a wheelchair, and first in line to thank volunteers from FedEx and Salvation Army for taking the time to serve a
April 16, 2019
You probably saw the story on social media or the TV news. A driver for a FedEx Ground service provider’s random act of kindness was captured on video as he took time out of his day to shovel snow from the porch and sidewalk of a woman who’d recently lost her husband to cancer. He
March 27, 2019
“At first I just thought someone was littering,” says Ramon Hill. The FedEx Express courier, a 23-year veteran at the company, was making his usual rounds on a rainy December day through the Dallas metro area, about midway through his 10-hour shift. Ahead of him in the gloom, he saw a black pickup truck. The
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