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FedEx Facts

FedEx Express is one of the world's largest express transportation companies, providing fast and reliable delivery to every U.S. address and to more than 220 countries and territories. FedEx Express uses a global air-and-ground network to speed delivery of time-sensitive shipments, usually in one to two business days with the delivery time guaranteed.

  • FedEx China

Description

A portfolio of companies offering transportation,
e-commerce and business services

Established Express Operations

1984

Established Freight Operations

1996

Local Headquarters

Room 1801, The Centre, 989 Changle Road,
Shanghai 200031, China
Australia

Principal Officer

Eddy Chan, Head of China
Wilson Chung, Vice President, FedEx
International Express China
Jimmy Chen, Vice President, Ground Operations
China

Employees

Almost 9,000

Countries Served

More than 220 countries and territories

Airport Served

  • Beijing Capital International Airport

  • Shanghai Pudong International Airport

  • Shenzhen Bao-an International Airport

  • Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport

  • Hangzhou International Airport

Aircraft Operating

International services: B-777F, MD-11s and A-310s
Domestic services: B-737F
(through a service agreement with civil aviation partners)

Vehicle Fleet

About 2,800

Drop-off Locations

More than 100

Customer Service Number

800 988 1888 (International Express)
400 886 1888 (Domestic Services)

Worldwide Web Address

www.fedex.com/cn_english

 

Last Updated: March 2015

  • FedEx Asia Pacific

Began Operations:

1984

Headquarters:

Hong Kong

Regional Headquarters:

North Pacific – Tokyo, Japan
China – Shanghai, China
South Pacific – Singapore

Principal Officer:

Karen Reddington, President

Employees & Contractors:

Approximately 18,000

APAC hub:

Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport in
Guangzhou, China

Countries & territories served in APAC:

More than 30

Number of flights operated in APAC:

More than 400 flights per week

Vehicle Fleet:

More than 5,000

Aircraft:

B757F, B767F and B777F

 

Last Updated: October 2016