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King Tut Antiquities Take Flight in World Tour

by Jason Baker

March 20, 2018

Behind the Scenes in Transporting a Treasure

March 20, 2018

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Comments on King Tut Antiquities Take Flight in World Tour

    ROMEO says:

    All These Years And He Still Lives ‼️ A GOD in Real Life

    Elba says:

    This is history! Wow! I wish I can be there to see it all!

    michele elcox says:

    This is so amazing…..

    Adam says:

    Great Pictures!!

    Chris Kosiak says:

    As a huge history buff I’m so excited that you shared that with us. This is so cool. I have seen the Tut exhibit at the Fields Museum in Chicago and that was awesome. Just wish someone would’ve asked me for my help with the antiquities. So cool they trust my company with this.

    Magda Lozano says:

    My name is Magda and I’m a Logistics Coordinator at FedEx Ground-SmartPost. I’m so proud of how FedEx handled these special artifacts. GREAT TEAM WORK!!!!

    I’m considering flying to LA just to see this exhibition and brag that the company I work for performed the task of transporting King Tut’s Treasures. Super Proud!!!!

    Anonymous says:

    Got tickets! Cannot wait to see the exhibit in April.

    Kristie says:

    Great to see the process of what it takes to transport such valuable and historical items to get from one point to the next. Great job to the entire team!

    Ramona says:

    What a great work, congrats FedEx!

    PJ says:

    I’m excited to go see it for myself!!!

    Tim Watts says:

    Great Job Everyone for taking great care of Mr Tut antiquities , showing the world FedEx is an amazing company putting ours customers first . If King Tut were alive today Im sure he would be impressed and use FedEx ! Tim Burnaby YBY canada

    Tamela Brown says:

    I enjoyed watching the video so awesome and exciting. Go FedEx!!

    kim genova says:

    I wish to do the same! I saw the exhibit in NYC as a child and now wish to see it in LA! Amazing job with great care and trust placed in FedEx

    sandy hutton says:

    once again, so proud to work for a company that does so much!

    LUIS ALBERTO says:

    Muy buen trabajo compañeros ,excelente en poner el nombre de FedEx como el numero 1 .

    Deanna Day-Turner says:

    I saw the King Tut exhibit here in Dallas. It was absolutely fabulous to see. Just to see how the jewelry and the different canister were made and how they are made now. His chair as a child, his sarcophagus. If you are in L.A. and have a chance go see the history of King Tut you will glad you did.

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    Danielle Morton says:

    I’m so proud to work for an amazing company that is always giving and giving more to people. FedEx Express is a great company to work for and knowing that we help and give and help more means that we do care as a whole. Watching the King Tut travel through FedEx is an awesome thing to be a part of.
    Keep up the great works FEDEX!!!

    Yolanda DiFrancisco says:

    I went to see this exhibit in San Francisco some years back and it was amazing to be able to experience it. Now they are back with even more history to share with the world. I hope I can once again see it. I am also honored to be working for the company that was trusted with one of Egypt’s greatest treasures. It says a lot about FedEx and its quality of care with customers shipments.

    Dale Dudik says:

    Executed with surgical precision. Amazing teamwork! Great job everyone!

    Darrell Crawford says:

    I always enjoy these videos showing how we have moved something like this. It shows us in other OpCo’s the precision of Custom Critical and that if it needs to be moved, call on FedEx and we will find a way to move it. #purplepromise

    Cindy Curry says:

    I saw the King TUT tour in the 1980s in San Francisco, CA and it is definitely on tour everyone should see.

    JOANIE YOUNG (Shotsie) says:

    AMAZING Would love to see the tour

    Sharon G Miller says:

    Was lucky enough to see the exhibit back in the ’70’s and looking forward to seeing it next month at the Science Museum! Gives me a “hitch in my giddy up” that FedEx was chosen to handle the critical shipping for these priceless artifacts. That shows immense trust in our brand.

    Christine Mitchell says:

    I have a question, was there a special security team on this project? I guess I just think about all the bad action movies I’ve seen where masked bandits steal the world’s rarest treasures. Just curious! Amazing job FedEx!

    Teresa B HYATT says:

    We had no idea of the traveling Exhibit. Please keep updated, we are noe retired, and ready to explore.. THANKS FEDEX! SO MUCH MORE THAN A DELIVERING COMPANY!!

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