FedEx Actively Counseling Korean Businesses on Best Ways to Recover from COVID-19

FedEx is hosting monthly webinars to offer Korean SMEs advice and insights on better managing import and export shipments amid the global pandemic

SEOUL, September 17, 2020 — FedEx Express (FedEx), a subsidiary of FedEx Corp. (NYSE: FDX) and the world’s largest express transportation company, is supporting Korean businesses, particularly small and medium enterprises (SMEs), as they look to recovery. FedEx has been organizing a series of webinars on business continuity best practices and ways to ensure logistics efficiency and cost-effectiveness. The next webinar will be on 25 September and will cover how Korean SMEs can manage their import and export shipments as they move into the e-commerce market.

A common obstacle Korean SMEs have faced during this pandemic is navigating customs clearance due to constantly changing regulations on imports and exports. The upcoming webinar will highlight how to prepare shipments for customs clearance and how to use FedEx Automation Tools. The webinar is free of charge andmore details are available on the official FedEx Naver blog and FedEx Kakao account.

Through these webinars, FedEx experts regularly offers practical tips and insights on import and export customs processes as well as how FedEx Automation Tools can help SME customers manage their shipments. FedEx has reached out to over 400 attendees to date.

To further support SMEs, FedEx recently upgraded their Asia Pacific thought leadership website, FedEx Business Insights, with the goal of offering rich content, information and resources to help SMEs get back to business during these challenging times. You can visit to learn more.