|会社名||FedEx Corp （FDX フェデックス）|
|概要||事業概要 フェデックス（FedEx Corporation）は「FedEx」というブランドで、独立的に運営して協力的に管理される集合的に競合する企業を通じて、輸送、電子商取引及びビジネス・サービスの提供に従事する会社である。同社の事業はFedEx送達、TNT送達、FedExグラウンド、FedEx貨物輸送とFedExサービスを含む。FedEx送達事業は米国国内外においてパッケージ及び貨物の配送サービスを提供する。TNT送達事業は文書、小包、貨物を一日限定または時間限定で収集・輸送・配送する。FedExグラウンド事業はビジネスと住宅のマネー・バックができる地上配送サービスを提供する。FedEx貨物輸送事業は小口トラック貨物(LTL)の輸送サービスを提供する。FedExサービス事業は他の企業向けに販売、マーケティング、情報技術、通信、顧客サービス及び他のバック・オフィス・サポートを提供する。 フェデックスは大手物流サ―ビス会社。｢フェデックス｣ブランド名で各種輸送業務を提供。主に、国際速達便輸送、宅配サ―ビス、小包混載サ―ビス、小口貨物輸送、貿易事業・税関手続き関連サ―ビスのほか、北米で即時配送サ―ビスを展開。また、コピ―・印刷、販促物作成、オンライン印刷などのサ―ビスを提供。本社はテネシ―州メンフィス。 FedEx Corp. provides customers and businesses worldwide with a broad portfolio of transportation, e-commerce and business services. With annual revenue of $75 billion, the company offers integrated business solutions through operating companies competing collectively, operating collaboratively and innovating digitally under the respected FedEx brand. Consistently ranked among the world’s most admired and trusted employers, FedEx inspires its nearly 600,000 team members to remain focused on safety, the highest ethical and professional standards and the needs of their customers and communities.|
|本社所在地||942 South Shady Grove Road Memphis TN 38120 USA|
|代表者氏名||Frederick W. Smith|
|代表者役職名||Chairman of the Board Chief Executive Officer|
|決算概要||決算概要 BRIEF: For the nine months ended 28 February 2019 FedEx Corporation revenues increased 8% to $51.89B. Net income applicable to common stockholders excluding extraordinary items increased 14% to $2.16B. Revenues reflect FedEx Ground segment increase of 12% to $15.2B FedEx Express segment increase of 5% to $27.83B FedEx Freight segment increase of 14% to $5.63B. Net income benefited from FedEx Express segment income increase of 10% to $1.36B.|
FedEx承諾至2040年實現碳中和營運 2021/03/05 12:42:00 Business Wire
田納西州孟菲斯--(BUSINESS WIRE)--(美國商業資訊)--全球頂級貨運航空公司FedEx Corp. (NYSE: FDX)今天公布至2040年在全球實現碳中和營運的宏大計畫。 為幫助實現這項目標，FedEx針對車輛電氣化、永續能源和碳封存等三個重要領域指定超過20億美元的初始投資。 其中包括承諾向耶魯大學提供1億美元，以幫助建立耶魯大學天然碳捕獲中心(Yale Center for Natural Carbon Capture)，加速研究大規模碳封存的方法，其初始側重點是幫助抵消相當於目前航空公司排放量的溫室氣體排放量。 FedEx Corp.董事長兼執行長Frederick W. Smith表示：「我們有責任採取有力的措施來因應氣候挑戰。這項目標根據我們在整個營運中對永續性的長期承諾，與此同時投資對FedEx和我們整個行業而言的長期、變革性解決方案。」 實現碳中和目標的關鍵步驟包括： 車輛電氣化。至2040年，整個FedEx包裹收發件(PUD)車隊都將採用零排放電動汽車。公司將透過分階段方案逐漸更換現有車輛，從而實現這項目標。例如，至2025年，FedEx Expr
FedEx Sets Deadline of 2040 for Hitting Carbon Neutral Goal 2021/03/04 18:20:39 Cheddar
Mitch Jackson, chief sustainability officer for FedEx, spoke to Cheddar about the delivery giant's $2 billion plan to reach carbon neutrality by 2040.
FedEx Unveils Plan To Be Carbon Neutral By 2040 2021/03/04 14:26:09 Benzinga
FedEx Corp. (NYSE: FDX ) said Wednesday it plans to reach carbon neutrality across its global delivery network by 2040, and as part of that strategy the Memphis, Tennessee-based company will transition to a fully electrified surface transport fleet by that time. In addition, the company said it will spend $100 million to establish the Center for Natural Carbon Capture at Yale University, the alma mater of Frederick W. Smith, FedEx's founder, chairman and CEO. The center will be tasked with developing methods to extract and store existing carbon emissions from the atmosphere, an effort considered as important but more costly and complex than preventing greenhouse gas emissions from entering the atmosphere in the first place. "The path toward sustainability requires new strategies for removing and storing Earth's excess carbon," FedEx said in a statement announcing the broad-based program. According to a 2019 analysis by the Economist Intelligence Unit, a division of The Economist, even with aggressive action to reduce …
B2B Freight Transportation Market | Global Analysis of Key Manufacturers, Dynamics & Forecast 2021-2027 | Key Players - FedEx Corporation, Manhattan Associates, SNCF Geodis, DHL, DB Schenker Accenture, Sinotrans, Expeditors, Kintetsu World Express, Yusen 2021/03/04 12:10:45 OpenPR
B2B Freight Transportation Market Outlook – 2027 Freight transportation is the physical process of transporting commodities, merchandise goods, and cargo. Transportation mainly takes place by sea, land, or air. Technological advancements have led to innovative ways of conceptualizing the process along
FedEx to invest $2 billion in bid for carbon-neutral operations 2021/03/04 08:49:12 Livemint
The plan to eliminate carbon from package-and-delivery services by 2040 will include moving to an electric fleet
6 logistics stocks set to soar on reviving trade and economic growth, according to industry experts 2021/02/17 14:13:10 Business Insider
Summary List Placement The logistics business has endured a rollercoaster 12 months. In the second quarter of 2020, most transport and trade companies saw stock values plummet as the novel coronavirus sent investor confidence into a spin and lockdowns threatened to suffocate economic growth. Then, from the summer onward, demand for logistics services soared, powered by increased consumer demand for household lockdown products, the rapid acceleration of e-commerce uptake and, latterly, the need to ship and store vaccines. Stock prices started to claw back lost ground. The International Monetary Fund now predicts the global economy will grow 5.5% in 2021 and 4.2 percent in 2022 after contracting 3.5% in 2020. The IMF also forecasts that world trade volumes will expand by 8.1% this year after contracting 9.6% in 2020. With demand for freight services set to accelerate, leading transport financial analysts told Insider these six companies are perfectly poised to reap the rewards: Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings ( AAWW ) While the world's most recognized airlines saw profits slump as passenger traffic collapsed, companies in the business of air freight thrived on surging PPE, vaccine, and consumer demand.
Spare Parts Logistics Market is Booming Worldwide with FedEx, DB Schenker, Logwin, Toyota Tsusho 2021/02/17 07:00:11 OpenPR
Global Spare Parts Logistics Market Report 2021 is latest research study released by AMA evaluating the market, highlighting opportunities, risk side analysis, and leveraged with strategic and tactical decision-making support. The study provides information on market trends and development, drivers,
Extreme weather across the US is snarling operations for companies including Walmart, GM, and FedEx 2021/02/16 21:52:09 Business Insider
Summary List Placement Extreme weather conditions this week caused businesses to shutter across the country. Cold weather blasts in the Northeast, Midwest, South, which meteorologists have dubbed Winter Storm Uri and Winter Storm Viola , have caused a major power-grid manager to order rolling blackouts in 14 states Monday. Texas and surrounding areas in the South — which rarely experiences such cold winter weather — bore the brunt of outages as nearly 3 million people were without power due to record low temperatures. Retailers, logistics firms, health clinics, and automakers shut down locations because of outages and other extreme weather risks. Walmart said it closed more than 500 locations due to Winter Storm Uri. Most store closures impacted states in the South like Texas and Louisiana, according to an updated map . "Due to winter storms in many areas of the US, we're closing some locations for the safety of our associates and customers," Walmart said in a tweet on Monday. Other grocery stores reported closing locations: H-E-B modified hours of operation in locations across Texas.
Harsh winter puts chill on US businesses 2021/02/16 18:00:54 Economic Times India
Several companies, including FedEx Corp and General Motors Co, have taken a hit from bone-chilling weather that has gripped parts of the United States, causing power outages and gas shortages.A rare deep freeze sweeping southern U.S. states reached the northern part of neighboring Mexico over the three-day Presidents Day holiday weekend, leaving millions without power and sending oil prices to near 13-month highs.Package delivery company FedEx Corp said on Tuesday that the severe weather was affecting its ability to pick up and deliver packages in certain cities.General Motors Co said it had canceled the first shift production at its Spring Hill, Tennessee; Bowling Green, Kentucky; Fort Wayne, Indiana; and Arlington, Texas factories, which make some of its most profitable pickup trucks and sport utility vehicles including Chevrolet Silverado and Escalade."We will be making decisions at the respective plants later this morning regarding their production status for 2nd shift today," a GM spokesman said.
Several companies freeze operations as severe weather disrupts parts of US 2021/02/16 16:40:46 Channel NewsAsia
Several companies, including FedEx Corp and General Motors Co, have taken a hit from bone-chilling weather that has gripped parts of the United States, causing power outages and gas shortages.
Despite higher costs for residential deliveries, analysts see reasons to bet on FedEx 2020/12/31 16:46:34 CNBC
Parcel carriers FedEx and UPS have had to quickly ramp up their networks for what has become a historic year for residential shipping. Both have prevailed, but investors have some concerns.
Ecommerce was a clear winner this holiday season 2020/12/31 15:25:00 Business Insider
Summary List Placement US ecommerce sales grew 47.2% annually between November 1 and December 24, according to recent Mastercard SpendingPulse data cited by The Wall Street Journal. Key categories that helped boost sales in the period were furniture and home improvement, which saw sales growth of 16.2% and 14.1% year over year (YoY) between October 11 and December 24, respectively. Overall retail sales only grew 2.4% annually between November 1 and December 24, likely hampered by declines in foot traffic as consumers steered away from in-store shopping amid the coronavirus pandemic: In the seven days leading up to December 24, foot traffic was down 31.3% compared with 2019. Expanded delivery efforts and click-and-collect offerings helped contribute to the ecommerce surge this holiday season, in line with trends seen throughout the pandemic. Expanded delivery efforts drew in consumers as the December holidays closed in. The late fall months brought an uptick in coronavirus cases, likely pushing consumers further toward ecommerce to avoid in-store environments—similar to what happened in March and April at the onset of the crisis.
How a debilitating injury left this founder reliant on on-demand delivery and inspired to create a startup that helps DTC companies expedite shipping speeds 2020/12/31 15:15:03 Business Insider
Summary List Placement Ben Jones, the founder and CEO of micro-warehousing startup Ohi, knows firsthand the convenience that e-commerce can provide customers. But that understanding also stems from a period of intense personal struggle. After working in fixed income trading for a number of years, including five years at HSBC, Jones realized that what he really wanted to do was build a business. He attended Stanford University's MBA program, enrolling in 2016. But just as he was preparing to graduate from the business school, he suffered an accident that left him temporarily paralyzed from the neck down. Jones had to put his studies on hold as he recovered for 16 months. "During that time I was very limited," he said. "I was pretty much stuck at home. I couldn't go to shops, I couldn't carry a thing. And so I became completely reliant on e-commerce." Having been born and raised in the UK, Jones was particularly frustrated by shipping speeds in the US, as well as the lack of quick access to his favorite brands. "The brands that I actually really wanted to shop still had a delivery time of three-to-five days," he told Business Insider. "I just found that so frustrating when I was so reliant on getting stuff online — it felt like an absolute eternity." Read more: Meet the 4 startups helping retailers compete with Amazon on shipping this holiday by tapping into micro-warehouses across the US When Jones eventually graduated from Stanford in 2018, he knew what kind of business he wanted to launch.
FreightTech 25: FedEx Ramps Up IT For Next Year's e-Commerce Wars 2020/12/30 17:44:15 Benzinga
FedEx Corp. (NYSE: FDX ) turns 50 in 2021, and the anniversary year promises to be one of its most pivotal in decades. Aside from the daily skirmishes with ancient archrival UPS Inc. (NYSE: UPS ), FedEx is gearing up for an all-out war with former customer Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN ) over the fulfillment and delivery of hundreds of millions of parcels that don't flow through the e-tail giant's network. Amazon plans to expand into third-party deliveries in 2021 after the COVID-19 pandemic delayed the initiative by a year. Crossing swords with Amazon, not to mention slugging it out with UPS, is likely to define FedEx's next 50 years. It also requires that FedEx step up its e-commerce game and raise its already-formidable IT capabilities to unprecedented levels. E-commerce customers will demand to receive deliveries exactly when … Full story available on Benzinga.com
Luggage Delivery Service Market Analysis Shows Remarkable Sales Growth Over Covid Situation: Courier Express, Jet Delivery Inc., FedEx, United Parcel Service of America Inc., XPO Logistics Inc., 2020/12/30 08:00:47 OpenPR
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