FedEx Trade Networks rebrands as FedEx Logistics

posted on 18th January 2019 by Justin Burns
FedEx Trade Networks rebrands as FedEx Logistics

FedEx Corp has said that FedEx Trade Networks has been rebranded as FedEx Logistics.

The new name it said describes the company’s ability to meet its customers’ increasingly complex and industry-specific supply chain, transportation, value-added services, and brokerage needs.

FedEx Logistics aims to provide specialty solutions that complete a simple, seamless and powerful global trade experience for FedEx customers around the world.

FedEx Logistics president and chief executive officer, Richard W. Smith said: “We’re adding tremendous value by bringing all of the specialty services we offer under the FedEx Logistics banner.

“The global solutions we offer are dynamic and customizable, and the experience for our customers is more streamlined, more efficient and better represented as a collective competitive offering as FedEx Logistics.

“Our simplified customer interface and comprehensive ability to meet every logistics need will have a profound effect for FedEx customers, our team members, and on our industry as a whole.”

FedEx Logistics will continue to operate from its global headquarters in Memphis and its service offerings include air & ocean cargo networks, trade brokerage & facilitation, custom critical services, supply chain services, cross border e-commerce & fulfillment and forward depots & 3D printing.

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.

Serving more than 200 countries, FedEx Logistics leverages the power of the extensive international FedEx transportation network to provide customers a single source for end-to-end management of their shipments and global supply chains.