FedEx Express Boosts Services Benefiting Eastern China Exports to Europe Lane
SHANGHAI, Aug. 31, 2010—FedEx Express, a subsidiary of FedEx Corp. (NYSE: FDX) and one of the world’s largest express transportation companies, today announced later pick ups for all FedEx international low-value shipments bound for Europe service lane from Shanghai, Suzhou, Hangzhou, Ningbo and Shaoxing. Tuesday through Friday, customers in select areas of these five cities have an additional two hours to prepare their shipments. The later pick up at 20:00 instead of 18:00 gives customers more time and greater flexibility in meeting their growing business demands.
This service enhancement is a part of an ongoing focus by FedEx to give customers a competitive edge by strengthening its connection between
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“Our continuous enhancement demonstrates FedEx long-term commitment to improving our service capabilities in
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1 Apply to informal customs declaration shipments, including documents, free samples and advertising articles.
2 Apply to major countries in Europe, Africa, Middle East, Mid-west Asia
3 Not apply to remote areas in five cities
4 Subject to relevant terms and conditions