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September 8, 2015

Continuous innovation fuels FedEx success

Innovation is the holy grail of both businesses and consumers around the world. At FedEx we know it is one of the keys to our continued success as a company. Our CIO Rob Carter recently said it well: “People won’t respect us for our traditions; they will respect us for our innovation.” We certainly have

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October 17, 2019

Continuing our Legacy of Innovation: FedEx Freight Direct

At FedEx, we strive to be on the cutting edge – not only within our industry, but of larger trends demanded by changing expectations of the world. From originating the first real-time, package tracking capabilities to exploring the potential of blockchain and robotics in logistics, we have an undeniable legacy of innovation that spans decades.

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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.

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May 30, 2019

Delivering Every Day: Announcing FedEx Ground Seven-Day Residential Delivery Operations

FedEx Ground will move to a seven-day residential delivery operation in January 2020.

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December 28, 2018

On the Road with FedEx: Feeder Planes on Nantucket

Go on the road around the small island of Nantucket, Massachusetts with FedEx courier Kevin O’Brien. Learn some of the secrets of how small FedEx Feeder planes help drivers like Kevin bring packages to remote places all over the world. Feeders make up 285 of the fleet of 675 aircraft in the FedEx fleet. Did

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October 15, 2018

Amped Up: FedEx Electric Vehicles Spark Interest in China

New all-electric FedEx vehicles are now operating in 13 cities across China. Traffic restrictions limit vehicle access to parts of some Chinese cities, but electric vehicles are allowed in those places. Jason Wang, Operations Manager, FedEx Express in Beijing told us, “Due to traffic restrictions, we have to stop some petrol vehicles in station. But

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July 17, 2018

66-million-year-old Passenger Still Up for Road Trips

You’d think at 66 million, you’d be tired of travel. Not the case for a Tyrannosaurus Rex.

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July 5, 2018

How Four Girlfriends Became Some of Japan’s First Women Entrepreneurs

In 1948, not long after World War II, then 30-year-old Atsuko Banno and her three friends became four of Japan’s first women entrepreneurs.

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May 30, 2018

Half a Million Miles to the Moon & Back: Apollo 11’s Anniversary Tour

The historic capsule that carried astronauts to & from the Moon in 1969 is on a nationwide tour. This time it's traveling via FedEx instead of on top of a rocket.

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