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.

Headquarters
Worldwide:
Asia:
Canada:
Europe:
Latin America:
Memphis, Tenn.
Hong Kong, China
Toronto, Ontario
Brussels, Belgium
Miami, Fla.
Principal Officer David J. Bronczek, President and CEO
Founded Founded in 1971 as Federal Express Corporation
Service Area More than 220 countries and territories, including every address in the United States
Workforce More than 160,000 employees worldwide
Volume More than 3.9 million packages and 11 million pounds of freight daily
Air Operations More than 375 airports served worldwide
Air Fleet 649 aircraft, including:
71 - Airbus A300-600s
30 - Airbus A310-200/300s
21 - ATR 72s
26 - ATR 42s
102 - Boeing 727-200s
47 - Boeing MD10-10s
16 - Boeing MD10-30s
64 - Boeing MD11s
25 - Boeing 777Fs
243 - Cessna 208Bs
Delivery Fleet Approximately 47,500 motorized vehicles
Operating Facilities 1,200 stations (640 U.S.; 560 outside U.S.) and 12 air express hubs:
  • Asia Pacific:
    - Guangzhou, China
    - Osaka, Japan
  • Canada: Toronto, Ontario
  • Europe/Middle East/Africa:
    - Paris, France
    - Cologne, Germany
  • Latin America-Caribbean: Miami, Fla.
  • United States:
    - Anchorage, Alaska
    - Fort Worth, Texas
    - Indianapolis, Ind.
    - Memphis, Tenn. (SuperHub)
    - Newark, New Jersey
    - Oakland, Calif.

 

Updated: May 2014