Trade Is Our Business
Trade is the lifeblood of the global economy, and we believe everyone benefits when it is easier to bring new products and ideas to the global market. FedEx plays a critical role in expanding trade by connecting people and possibilities, helping businesses build more nimble supply chains and delivering local products and services to global customers around the world.
We Need to Get Back to a Pro-Trade Consensus
FedEx Chairman and CEO Frederick W. Smith and Center for Strategic and International Studies Trade Commission co-chairs call for renewed U.S. engagement and leadership in global trade.Read Article
How Trade Made America Great
FedEx Chairman and CEO Frederick W. Smith shows how history proves trade made easy, affordable and fast always begets more trade, more jobs, more prosperity.Read Article
FedEx Trade Index
FedEx Trade Index - Fall 2019
The latest survey commissioned by FedEx Corp., conducted by Morning Consult, finds a substantial majority of U.S. small-business leaders (82%) see increasing U.S. trade as beneficial to the overall economy, and three out of four (75%) small-business decision makers said selling goods online to international customers is important to the growth of their business. See results.
The Importance of Trade
Special APEC Edition 2017
How small businesses in Asia are bringing their innovations to consumers across the world.Download PDF
Trade Among Nations
See how trade powers the world, in less than 60 seconds.
Impacts of Trade
Flowers cross borders to journey from a small town outside of Bogota, Colombia to locations across North America.
Christy Ng Shoes
See how trade enables a small business to operate as a global brand, shipping shoes to over 30 countries.
Dr. John's Candies
A healthy candy manufacturer sends sugar-free lollipops to children across the globe.