News / FedEx still paying the price for its acquisition of 'under-invested' TNT
Extra costs associated with the acquisition of the “severely under-invested” TNT hit FedEx’s third-quarter results, it announced today. Adjusted ...
News / FedEx tries to delay launching flights to Cuba as political unrest grows
FedEx is trying to delay its entry into the Cuban market – while yesterday, the country’s president launched a ...
Recommends / Express cargo's big shift... to lower revenue
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Recommends / Boxed in: logistics companies fear the return of hard borders
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Recommends / FedEx Fulfillment looks to take on Amazon in SME e-commerce market
Amazon is facing heightened competition in its bid to dominate the third-party e-commerce marketplace, with ...
Recommends / US cargo airlines accuse majors of jeopardising Open Skies
US legacy carriers, in the guise of the Partnership for Open and Fair Skies, are set ...
People / David Bronczek takes top FedEx Corp role a year early
FedEx Corporation has appointed David Bronczek (pictured above) as its new president and chief operating ...
People / FedEx executive Gloria Boyland appointed to US Department of Transportation automation advisory team
The US Department of Transportation (DOT) has appointed FedEx corporate vice president for operations Gloria ...
News / FedEx celebrates Q2 profit uptick, but is wary of the Trump effect on US trade
FedEx reported a 2.5% year-on-year increase in second-quarter profits to $1.23bn, despite freight division profitability declining ...
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- 4. Watanabe on Carriers bid to impress shippers with faster Asia-North Europe transit times
- 5. P Balasubramanian on What yesteryear's air cargo market can teach us about today