FedEx adds three new e-commerce facilities

FedEx has expanded its e-commerce business with three new locations in Saddle Brook, New Jersey, Fontana and California in the US, and Venlo in the Netherlands.

The new locations, which will be part of the FedEx Cross Border subsidiary, give business-to-consumer merchants new delivery options, end-to-end tracking, commercial and postal import clearance options and a portfolio of final mile delivery solutions.

“This expansion enables FedEx Cross Border to help more merchants reach new customers in over 200 countries and territories around the world, increasing our ability to capture more of the growing global e-commerce market,” said Carl Asmus, president chief executive, FedEx Cross Border.

“We continue to invest in the transportation and technology solutions our customers want and expect, strengthening an already robust e-commerce portfolio.”

Asmus added: “By providing post-click delivery options that balance speed and costs, and pre-click technology that can be used to develop effective online marketplaces and platforms, FedEx Cross Border is enabling online merchants to flourish in this thriving industry.”

The expansion comes after the acquisition of P2P Mailing Limited, a provider of global e-commerce solutions, in the UK last year.

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