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FEDEX UK, a subsidiary of FedEx Corp, announced the launch of a new facility in Exeter to meet the growing demands of business in the region.

The facility, located at Woodbury Salterton, has doubled capacity in the South West and reduces delivery times by up to one a half hours. The station, which processes packages going to and from customers, will handle both packages FedEx UK domestic and FedEx Express International customers.

“The facility demonstrates our commitment to playing a central role in the future growth of the South West of England,” said Trevor Hoyle, managing director, operations, FedEx UK. “Our investment in Exeter means a faster and more flexible service for local businesses and ensures they continue to benefit from connection to the global economy.”

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