FedEx, Last 6 Months

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  • E-commerce shipments spark an increase in FedEx volume

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    E-commerce shipments spark an increase in FedEx volume

    Average daily ground shipping volume grew 8% in the fourth quarter, driven primarily by e-commerce shipments, the company says.

    Posted 06/18/2014Paul DemeryPost a comment

    Average daily ground shipping volume grew 8% in the fourth quarter, driven primarily by e-commerce shipments, the company says.

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  • FedEx will start charging based on size, not weight

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    FedEx will start charging based on size, not weight

    Those lightweight, bulky products—like toilet paper and shoes—are going to cost more to ship starting Jan. 1, 2015.

    Posted 05/08/2014AbCallardPost a comment

    Those lightweight, bulky products—like toilet paper and shoes—are going to cost more to ship starting Jan. 1, 2015.

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  • Bursting at the seams

    Bursting at the seams

    Many online shoppers received Christmas orders late in December, highlighting the strain growth is putting on the e-retail fulfillment infrastructure. Retailers are working to prevent a recurrence this year.

    Posted 04/02/2014Amy DustoPost a comment

    Many online shoppers received Christmas orders late in December, highlighting the strain growth is putting on the e-retail fulfillment infrastructure. Retailers are working to prevent a recurrence this year.

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  • How FedEx weathered its ‘toughest winter’

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    How FedEx weathered its ‘toughest winter’

    The shipping carrier posts a 3% year-over-year revenue increase for its December-February quarter, even though severe weather disruptions cut into operating income by $70 million and its earnings by $125 million, it reports today. Company executives blamed retailers for some delays around Christmas, and said they were being cautious about increasing capacity just for the short holiday season peak.

    Posted 03/19/2014Amy DustoPost a comment

    The shipping carrier posts a 3% year-over-year revenue increase for its December-February quarter, even though severe weather disruptions cut into operating income by $70 million and its earnings by $125 million, it reports today. Company executives blamed retailers for some delays around Christmas,…

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