Carl W. Asmus

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FedEx Logistics Leadership 

President and CEO, FedEx Cross Border

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Carl W. Asmus is president and chief executive officer of FedEx Cross Border, a provider of global e-commerce transportation, technology, and value-added solutions with a presence in the United States, Europe, and Asia. In 2018, Asmus led the acquisition and integration of U.K.-based P2P Mailing Limited, a leading provider of worldwide e-commerce transportation solutions. This addition to the FedEx portfolio complemented and expanded solutions focused on the rapidly growing global e-commerce market.

Carl Asmus Headshot

Carl W. Asmus is president and chief executive officer of FedEx Cross Border, a provider of global e-commerce transportation, technology, and value-added solutions with a presence in the United States, Europe, and Asia. In 2018, Asmus led the acquisition and integration of U.K.-based P2P Mailing Limited, a leading provider of worldwide e-commerce transportation solutions. This addition to the FedEx portfolio complemented and expanded solutions focused on the rapidly growing global e-commerce market.

Asmus joined FedEx, then known as Federal Express, as part of the merger with Flying Tigers in 1989 as manager of advanced automation programs. In 1992, he became vice president of strategic sales planning and support. He joined FedEx Services in 1997 as vice president of marketing. In 2013, Asmus served as vice president of global supply chain solutions and market development at FedEx Services, where he led healthcare, supply chain, sensor-based logistics, aerospace, and e-commerce strategies.

Before joining FedEx, Asmus was the senior director of marketing for Flying Tigers, and before that, he was a partner with C. William Associates, a marketing consulting firm based in Los Angeles.

A native of California, Asmus earned his undergraduate degree at California State University, Northridge. He currently serves on the Executive Board of the University of Southern California Marshall School of Business Center for Global Supply Chain Management, where he provides strategic direction for the center’s mission of NEAR (Network, Education, and Advanced Research).