FedEx Trade Networks rebrands as FedEx Logistics
Unit can meet increasingly complex and industry-specific supply chain needs, firm says.
Transport and logistics giant FedEx Corp. has rebranded its FedEx Trade Networks Inc. division as FedEx Logistics, saying the name better describes the unit's wide capabilities.
Based at its parent company's Memphis, Tenn., headquarters, FedEx Logistics can meet its customers' increasingly complex and industry-specific supply chain, transportation, value-added services, and brokerage needs, the firm said.
FedEx Trade Networks is becoming FedEx Logistics, because a seamless portfolio of trade solutions means a simpler supply chain for our customers. Learn more: https://t.co/3b9hcKwzvM pic.twitter.com/NEmKVV7Jcs— FedEx (@FedEx) January 17, 2019
FedEx Logistics provides more than 200 countries with service offerings including: air & ocean cargo networks, trade brokerage & facilitation, custom critical services, supply chain services, cross border e-commerce & fulfillment, and forward depots & 3D printing.
According to FedEx, the capabilities within these specialty logistics service offerings include: air and ocean freight forwarding, customs brokerage and international trade compliance, warehousing and transportation management, time- and temperature-controlled deliveries, critical inventory logistics, solutions for cost-effective international e-commerce trade and fulfillment, and repair and return services.
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