The FedEx global supply chain
Through its business operations, FedEx created $22 billion in economic activity outside the corporation.
Approximately 88% of FedEx suppliers are classified as small businesses supporting 810,000 small business jobs around the world.
FedEx has set a goal to achieve carbon-neutral operations by 2040 that includes a $2 billion initial investment to make global operations more sustainable and invest in solutions.
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in regions around the world.
From Toronto to Miami, Alaska to Chile, and everywhere in between, FedEx has an expansive presence across North and South America.
With the acquisition of TNT, the FedEx service has expanded into emerging markets, with more than 45 countries and territories served across the continent.
Across this region, FedEx serves more than 100 countries and territories.
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FedEx plays a crucial role in global supply chains and delivering humanitarian relief. Join the team that’s keeping supply chains moving.
We are committed to making a positive impact across the globe, by delivering a more sustainable future, supporting our communities, helping small businesses grow, and beyond.
Experiences of a FedEx Express e-cargo bike courier
FedEx Express has added more than 70 e-cargo bikes to its permanent operations across Europe as a part of efforts to reduce emissions and congestion in urban areas.
Rise Against Hunger and FedEx Cares
FedEx team members from the Netherlands, UK, and France volunteered with non-profit Rise Against Hunger to support those impacted by the Ukraine crisis.
Revel Bikes: Blazing new trails around the world with FedEx
Revel Bikes, a rider-owned, privately-funded bike shop in Colorado, continues to grow its business around the world with help from FedEx.