FedEx Enhances Services in Kansai Area
FedEx Express, the world’s largest express transportation company and a subsidiary of FedEx Corp. (NYSE: FDX), today announced a reduction in the transit time for import shipments landing at Kansai International Airport to Osaka and Hyogo prefectures.
Delivery times for shipments arriving from Asia-Pacific, Europe, Middle East and Africa will be improved by one business day. This service improvement is applicable to FedEx International Priority® (IP), FedEx International Priority® Freight (IPF), FedEx International Economy® (IE) and FedEx International Economy® Freight (IEF) shipments.
Shipments from North America and Latin America will be delivered by noon of the following business day. This service improvement applies to FedEx International Priority® (IP), FedEx International Priority® Freight (IPF) shipments.
The details of applicable areas are outlined below.
Shipments from Asia-Pacific, Europe, Middle East, and Africa
Suita City, Minoh City, Ibaraki City, Takatsuki City, Toyonaka City, Settsu City, Mishima County Shimamoto Town
Nishinomiya City, Itami City, Ashiya City,
Kobe City Nada Ward, Chuo Ward, Hyogo Ward, Nagata Ward
Shipments from North America and Latin America
Osaka City 24 wards, Suita City, Minoh City,
Moriguchi City, Kadoma City, Daito City,
Higashi Osaka City, Yao City
“FedEx constantly strives to optimize its global network to improve customer experience with more efficient and safe cargo delivery,” said Masamichi Ujiie, regional vice president of FedEx Express, North Pacific. “I’m glad that we can improve the convenience for customers in the Kansai area and contribute to the development of businesses by improving the delivery times.”
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March 27, 2017
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