FedEx Express Appoints Wonbin Park As New Managing Director in Korea

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Seoul, October 20, 2022 — FedEx Express (FedEx), a subsidiary of FedEx Corp. (NYSE: FDX) and one of the world’s largest express transportation companies, appointed Wonbin Park as the new Managing Director of FedEx Express Korea. He succeeds Eun-mi Chae, who retired from FedEx after 31 years of distinguished service.

Wonbin rejoined FedEx on October 1, 2022, where he previously spent over a decade. He has held several roles that were instrumental in driving the company’s growth including the FedEx Incheon Gateway relocation. Wonbin also played a key role in the launch of 777F connecting the FedEx World Hub in Memphis, Tennessee to Incheon, South Korea.

“We are delighted to welcome Wonbin back to FedEx. His experience will be invaluable as we continue to transform our business for what’s next, focusing on building smarter and more sustainable supply chains and an efficient network enabling Korean businesses to harness the full potential of global trade opportunities,” said Jeremy Goldstrich, vice president of North Pacific, FedEx Express.

“I would also like to thank Eun-mi Chae for her service at FedEx for over three decades and her contributions to enhancing our presence in this important market.” he added.

In his new role, Wonbin drives market strategy, leading a team of over 1,100 members. “I’m excited to be working with with an exceptional team who are dedicated to delivering outstanding service for our customers. I am looking forward to continuing our positive momentum in creating more possibilities for our customers and communities in Korea,” said Wonbin Park, managing director, FedEx Express Korea.

FedEx is committed to supporting Korean businesses including small and medium-sized enterprises and faciliting cross-border e-commerce opportunities to help B2B and B2C customers expand their global footprint. Recently, FedEx Korea received the the ‘2022 Brand of the Year’ recognition selected by consumers through a nationwide vote at the Korea Customers Council.