Tag Archives: FEDEX

And then there were three? Plans to merge two of the world’s big four express-package firms have raised competition worries

Published by The Economist THEY work while we sleep, unloading planes and lorries, feeding packages and letters into huge sorting machines, and reloading them for rapid delivery to the four corners of the earth. Each item is coded and tracked on its dizzying journey through many hands.

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CLADEC PARTICIPA EN EL ENCUENTRO DE DIRECTORES DE ADUANAS EN PUNTA DEL ESTE

Una delegacion CLADEC integrada por Maritza Castro (DHL), Pedro Carbuccia (UPS), Cristian Citrinovitz (FedEx), Erick Munoz (TNT), Magda Andrade (AUDESE), Maria Mancuso (CLADEC); se encuentra en Punta del Este para la reunion de Directores Nacionales de Aduana de America Latina, Espana y Portugal entre los días 23 y 27 de abril de 2012.

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Fedex in talks to buy France’s TATEX

Published by Reuters FedEx Corp (FDX.N) said on Tuesday it is in talks to possibly buy French express company TATEX, less than two weeks after announcing plans to buy family-owned Polish shipping company Opek Sp. Z o.o., as it expands in Europe with small takeovers. FedEx, the world’s No. 2 package delivery company, has said it plans to grow organically and through small “tuck-in” purchases in Europe, where it expects a mild recession.

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Absolutely, Positively: How FedEx delivers- MSNBC 02.15.12

To see how FedEx works, Rock Center traveled to the company’s Memphis, Tenn., hub. The sprawling 900-acre complex looks like a military base and even has its own air force with 690 aircraft. Rock Center anchor and managing editor Brian Williams talks to FedEx founder and CEO Fred Smith about how he turned a college paper on overnight delivery into a successful business.

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