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FedEx Corp. provides customers and businesses worldwide with a broad portfolio of transportation, e-commerce and business services. With annual revenues of $44 billion, the company offers integrated business applications through operating companies competing collectively and managed collaboratively, under the respected FedEx brand.

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Corporate Headquarters
942 South Shady Grove Road
Memphis, Tennessee, 38120
United States
(901) 818-7500


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FedEx News & Resources

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FedEx reports mixed fiscal first quarter earnings, with Ground up 3%
Quarterly revenue—at $21.7 billion—was down 7% annually, and operating income—at $1.49 billion—increased 25%. Net income, at $1.08 billion, topped the $875 million recorded for the same quarter a year ago. Adjusted earnings per share came in at $4.23, up 24% annually and topping Wall Street expectations, at $3.70.

No Surcharge for Holiday Packages, USPS says
With an eye on the 2023 peak shipping season, the United States Postal Service (USPS) said it would not implement any additional surcharges on holiday shipping.

Shippers Focus on Yield Management as Rates Continue to Rise
With FedEx and UPS raising their rates, savvy shippers can still find rate value for 2024, but time may be running out.

UPS introduces 2024 rate increases
Keeping in line with recently announced rate increases made by its chief rival FedEx, Atlanta-based global freight transportation and logistics services provider UPS this week announced its own 2024 rate increases this week, which are set to go into effect on December 26.

FedEx rolls out new pricing increases for 2024, as well as for ‘Demand’ surcharges
Memphis-based global freight transportation and logistics services provider FedEx announced rate increases today for its FedEx Express, FedEx Freight, and FedEx Ground subsidiaries, which will take effect on January 1, 2024. The company also said that, effective September 4, it will officially rebrand “peak” surcharges to “demand” surcharges,

Reports indicate Amazon is poised to relaunch Amazon Shipping service
Various reports published late last week indicated that Seattle-based global e-commerce giant Amazon is in the process of rebooting its Amazon Shipping service, which is designed to compete with the parcel duopoly of UPS and FedEx, that it halted at the onset of the pandemic.

100-Year-Old Freight Yellow Corp. Has Entered Bankruptcy
Yellow Corp. didn’t need a Teamsters strike to enter bankruptcy - in its 100th year, Yellow did it completely on its own.

Taking a quick look at some year-to-date market trends and themes
While the calendar indicates that just about the first seven months of 2023 are officially in the books, this seems like as good of a time as any to take a quick look back at things on a year-to-date basis, as they relate to key supply chain, logistics, and freight transportation trends and themes.

UPS-Teamsters tentative agreement is likely to increase costs for shippers, analysts note
As freight transportation, logistics, and supply chain stakeholders (likely) breathed a collective sigh of relief yesterday, following the new five-year tentative agreement reached yesterday between Atlanta-based global freight transportation and logistics services provider UPS and the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, there has been no shortage of opinions and views on how this agreement, assuming it is ratified by UPS Teamsters members next month, will impact shippers, especially as it relates to pricing.

FedEx Express pilots reject tentative labor agreement
ALPA said that the pilots rejected the deal by a 57% to 43% margin. And as for next steps, it added that it expects the National Mediation Board to convene a status conference with the pilots and FedEx, with the caveat that there is no time requirement for this to occur.

Trucking capacity hit by slowdown with UPS strike, Yellow uncertainty two wild cards
Truck capacity across all modes is slowing because of slackening demand in both industry and retail freight, leading to murky forecasts for the rest of the year by leading freight analysts. Top freight officials throughout the trucking industry are bracing for a slowdown the second half of the year. Truck demand, buoyed last year by the recovery following the COVID shutdown, returns to a more normal level, they predict.

FedEx finishes FY 2023 with earnings declines, amid signs of improvements
Quarterly revenue—at $21.9 billion—was down 10.3% annually, and adjusted operating income—at $1.8 billion—fell 21%. Adjusted earnings per share came in at $4.94, down 28% annually and topping Wall Street expectations, at $4.85.

FedEx union pilots sign off on terms of tentative labor agreement
Forward progress remains intact in labor negotiations between Memphis-based global freight transportation services provider FedEx and pilots at the company’s FedEx Express subsidiary represented by the Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA), following a tentative agreement reached between the parties late last month.

Tentative FedEx Express union pilots deal is a positive sign for progress
Josh Taylor, Senior Director of Professional Services, for San Diego-based Shipware, an audit and parcel consulting services company, told Newsroom Notes that in looking at the FedEx pilots situation, the main risk posed to FedEx by the potential for a pilots’ strike hasn’t been the threat of the pilots walking out, but the dissatisfaction of the pilots and the uncertainty it could have created with investors.

FedEx and union-represented pilots reach terms on a tentative agreement
FedEx officials declined to comment on the agreement, outside of a brief statement issued by the company on May 30, which stated: “We are pleased to have reached a tentative agreement with our pilots as we continue delivering outstanding service to our customers around the world.”

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