In France, FedEx has two major facilities where shipments arrive and depart by road and by air. Equipped with state-of-the-art technology, high-grade infrastructure and a skilled staff, they are high-tech nerve centres for the sorting and onward distribution of shipments.

The Roissy-CDG hub: largest FedEx hub in EMEA

The Roissy-CDG hub is the European entry point for packages consigned by customers from around the globe. Likewise it is the dispatch point for shipments from Europe bound for destinations worldwide.

Key figures:

  • Sorting area: 72,000 m²
  • Freight/Dangerous goods area: 13,000 m²
  • Conveyor belt : 7 km
  • Sorting capacity: 61,500 documents and packages per hour
  • Daily processing capacity : 1,200 tons
  • Number of flights per week: 300
  • Number of planes: 342
  • Buildings entirely secured
  • ISO 14001:2004 certification

The Roissy-CDG hub:  largest FedEx hub in EMEA

The Parisud/Lieusaint hub

The Parisud/Lieusaint hub is a major sorting and distribution platform for our shipments. Its location means it can assure next-day deliveries before 1pm across mainland France.

Key figures:

  • 70,000 packages handled from 5 pm to 5 am
  • 85 loading and unloading platforms
  • 4 sorting lines
  • Overhead conveyor for packages up to 30 kg
  • Mechanized track on ground for palets and rolls
  • Conveyor belt for “non-meca“ packages
  • Mail sorting line
  • Buildings entirely secured
  • ISO 14001:2004 certification

The Parisud/Lieusaint hub

FedEx. A force in the local economy and in the local community

FedEx promotes an active policy of equality in the workplace cultivating local cultural diversity and integration. Our 2,650 strong workforce at our Roissy-CDG and Parisud hubs are drawn for the most part from nearby communities. FedEx is committed to providing training opportunities and gives priority to promotion from within the company and to individuals’ career development.