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May 16, 2018

How FedEx Air Operations Prepares for Earthquakes

Memphis, Tennessee – home of FedEx World Headquarters – is located in the New Madrid Seismic Zone, an earthquake zone. While even the smallest earthquake is not common in this area today, a look farther back in time reveals a history of rare, but strong quakes. In 1811 a massive earthquake of at least 7.5

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February 17, 2017

360′ Virtual View of FedEx in Anchorage, Alaska

How does the world’s e-commerce move in winter? Check out these 360′ virtual views of our operations in Anchorage, Alaska. Also click here to go On the Road with FedEx in Alaska. 777F Tail ViewSpherical Image – RICOH THETA 360 View of FedEx 777FSpherical Image – RICOH THETA FedEx Feeder aircraftSpherical Image – RICOH THETA

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September 19, 2016

Engineers in the Wild: Meet Shilpa Shinde

In a special interview series, GoldieBlox talked to FedEx Express engineer Shilpa Shinde about her career in STEM.

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June 6, 2016

FedEx Ramp Manager Shares Her Journey from Homelessness to Hope

On any given night, more than 500,000 Americans find themselves homeless. Many people take for granted having enough to eat, a place to stay and adequate clothing to wear. It isn’t until you are without these things that you can begin to understand the pain that comes with it. Ametruis Knox, a FedEx Express ramp

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October 31, 2013

Meet Hannah, Namesake of the First FedEx Express 767F

FedEx Express has a long tradition of naming planes after the children of employees. For more than 30 years, every trunk plane in the FedEx fleet has been named after an employee’s child via drawing and the child’s name is painted prominently on the front of each aircraft. Meet Hannah.

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September 4, 2013

Welcoming the 767 to Our Fleet

Update 9/30/2013. Take a peek behind the scenes of our new 767 construction:

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April 19, 2012

FedEx Express Establishes Default Temperature Settings on the B777F

Most pharmaceuticals need to be stored and transported in one of two temperature ranges: Controlled Room Temperature (15-25°C) or Cold / Refrigerated (2-8°C). Typically the sophistication of the molecules used in the drug and/or stability of it drives the need for tighter temperature control (i.e., more refrigeration).

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April 17, 2012

EarthSmart @ Work

 The overriding goal of effort should be to achieve effect; else why undertake it? 

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