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FedEx Corporation
FedEx Corporation - "FedEx", introduced express delivery to the world in 1973, and remains the world's largest express transportation company.
Today, over 280,000 employees worldwide serve more than 220 countries and territories across the globe with a fleet of 669 aircraft, more than 75,000 vehicles to deliver more than 6.5 million packages per day.
FedEx Express

FedEx Express, a wholly owned company of FedEx, is divided into five global regions: • Asia Pacific (APAC) • Canada • Europe, Middle East, Indian Subcontinent and Africa (EMEA) • Latin American and the Caribbean (LAC) • United States
The EMEA region is divided geographically into four operational areas: • Central
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|This powerful hardware system gives you a full range of shipping functions so you can handle large volumes and automate your |
|entire shipping process. High-volume shippers—such as medium and large shipping departments or mailrooms—can improve efficiency,|
|reduce errors, and eliminate paperwork using a FedEx PowerShip system. (Both TPS and MIS) or MIS only) |
|Features and Benefits |
|Daily Invoices: Improve cash flow and capture shipping costs faster and with fewer errors by generating invoices daily. |
|Management Reports: Gain greater control over shipping costs and reduce process problems by generating management reports on |
|shipping expenses and activity automatically. |
|Export Data: Enhance your competitive position in the global economy and simplify international paperwork by sending export data|
|to customs officials electronically. |
|Address Book: Save time and effort completing shipping labels to frequent recipients. Just select a recipient from your address |

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