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“Government Express” diverts here. For the traveler train, see Federal Express (train). For the load aircraft, see FedEx Express.
“Encouraged Express” diverts here. For the tennis player with this epithet, see Roger Federer. For the baseball player with this epithet, see Tim Federowicz.
FedEx Corporation logo.svg
S&P 100 segment
S&P 500 segment
Little Rock, Arkansas
Founder Frederick W. Smith
Headquarters Memphis, Tennessee, U.S.
Around the world
Frederick W. Smith
(Executive and CEO)
David J. Bronczek
(President and COO)
Products Post conveyance, expedited delivery, cargo sending, outsider coordinations
Revenue Increase US$65.450 billion (2018)
Reduction US$4.870 billion (2018)
Increment US$4.572 billion (2018)
Add up to assets Increase US$52.330 billion (2018)
Add up to equity Increase US$19.416 billion (2018)
Number of representatives
FedEx Corporation is an American worldwide messenger conveyance administrations organization headquartered in Memphis, Tennessee. The name “FedEx” is a syllabic truncation of the name of the organization’s unique air division, Federal Express (now FedEx Express), which was utilized from 1973 until 2000. The organization is known for its medium-term shipping administration and spearheading a framework that could follow bundles and give continuous updates on bundle area (to help in discovering lost bundles), a component that has now been executed by most other bearer services.