FedEx Expands Overseas Opportunities

FedEx expands overseas

Expanding into international markets is a prominent way for businesses to expand their sources of revenue. Global enterprises, both large and small, often branch out into other countries, hoping to win over the hearts and pocketbooks of customer in new markets. One U.S. shipper has been expanding into other markets for years, and has recently increased its service offerings in two lucrative territories.

Beginning with international shipments to gain entry into France’s shipping market, FedEx now offers a wide range of domestic shipping options, thanks in part to last years acquisition of Tatex express delivery services. The company hopes to strengthen its position in package service to local French businesses, offering a complete shipping solution to companies seeking shipping logistics from a single provider.

FedEx also launched a Ship and Save program in Italy to help streamline the online shipping process for small businesses looking to ship internationally. Volume discounts are also offered to shippers, with potential savings topping 45 percent for qualified shipment quantities.

Recently, both FedEx and UPS have expressed concern over reduced global demand for rapid shipping solutions. As their customers utilize less expensive shipping options with greater frequency, expanding their businesses into localized delivery within foreign territories could be a way to keep up their profits in a changing delivery landscape.

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