Visit One of the Most Modern FedEx Express Hubs in the World
For the next installment of FedEx Operations around the world, we’re traveling to a city situated at the heart of Europe’s economy. The area within a radius of just 310 miles (500 kilometers) of this city generates over 40 percent of the entire gross domestic product of the European Union.
It has excellent transport links and infrastructure, including freeway and high-speed train connections to Western Europe’s major economic centers; three major airports nearby and the river Rhine at its doorstep, one of Europe’s most traveled water ways.
It’s the perfect location for one of the most modern, and eco-friendly, FedEx Express Hubs in the world.
This hub has a fully automated sorting system that can process nearly 18,000 packages an hour.
The roof features the largest FedEx Express solar power installation worldwide. We’re talking an area over 19,000 square yards (16,000 square meters) producing about 800,000 kilowatt hours per year. That’s enough energy to power roughly 230 three-person households for an entire year.
This hub is a global powerhouse with team members from over 37 different countries.
Figured it out yet?
Sit back, relax, and check out a behind the scenes look at the FedEx Express Hub in Cologne, Germany.
Missed the other chapters of FedEx Operations? Look no further.
Behind the Scenes at the Memphis Super Hub
The Super hub in Memphis is the largest FedEx Express hub in the world. Millions of packages go through Memphis every day, which helps fuel e-commerce around the world and makes it possible to order a package online, and have it delivered the very next day.
Why Does My Package Go Through Memphis? Answers Revealed!
Every track a domestic US package and wondered why it’s going through Memphis when there was clearly there was a more direct route? See why the hub and spoke system is considered the most efficient way to move packages.
Hub vs. Gateway; What’s the Difference?
The Stansted Gateway has been connecting the UK to the world since the 1980s, but why is it called a gateway and not a hub? Check out Inside the Stansted Gateway to find out.
A FedEx Hub on a Man-Made Island
We need to head east, very far east, to find the only FedEx Express hub on a man-made island.
We’ll give you a hint; it’s in a country surrounded by water.