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FedEx Bets on Automation as it Prepares to Fend Off Uber and Amazon

The shipping giant is investing in autonomous trucks, and is interested in delivery robots and an Alexa app.

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FedEx recently released the Deliver It Forward 2017 Global Citizenship Report, showcasing how the company connects people, businesses and communities in ways that advance social and economic progress and environmental sustainability.

Every day, in countless ways, FedEx empowers team members, customers, change-makers and community advocates to take action; from job opportunities to safer, more sustainable communities, these everyday heroes deliver it forward.

The shipping giant is investing in autonomous trucks, and is interested in delivery robots and an Alexa app.

The report includes global spare parts logistics market estimates, which are further calculated at the country/region level and for major industry verticals, and details the logistics capabilities of seven leading providers.

The decision to invest in software enhancements can be overwhelming when considering that many large companies spend as much as 30% of annual revenue on information technology systems.

Today's consumer-driven retail strategies are making it more difficult than ever to run an efficient, cost-effective supply chain.

Logistics Service Providers have profited from aligning themselves with the e-commerce giant’s rapid growth, however, as Amazon evolves, many LSPs risk being left with their head in the sand.

Acquisitions. Organic Growth. Two of the many reasons your supply chain can become fragmented, inefficient, uneconomical and cause challenges.

When an industry is facing serious change, companies must adapt in order to survive.

Consumer Packaged Goods Manufacturers Can Reduce Supply Chain Costs 10%–20% with Product Lifecycle Logistics.

In today's customer-driven environment, you're only as good as your last customer experience.

Reverse logistics can represent a significant chunk of supply chain cost, and it’s typically not very well managed, it’s time to manage reverse as an integral part of supply chain management.

With GENCO, FedEx will be able to offer its customers the package return service as well as delivery.

A recognized leader in reverse logistics, GENCO transforms the FedEx suite of e-commerce and supply chain solutions.

Shippers everywhere face the perpetual question: What’s the best way to get our products to customers efficiently and at the best cost?