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MEMPHIS: January 18, 2019. FedEx Corp. has rebranded its FedEx Trade Networks services as FedEx Logistics.

The business offering includes air and ocean cargo networks, trade brokerage and facilitation, custom critical services, supply chain services, cross border e-Commerce and fulfillment, forward depots and 3D printing.

FedEx MEM hub“We’re adding tremendous value by bringing all of the specialty services we offer under the FedEx Logistics banner,” said Richard Smith, president & CEO of 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.”

The capabilities within the 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.

Last month FedEx was named one of America’s 2018 Most JUST Companies by JUST Capital and Forbes Magazine.

JUST Capital was co-founded in 2013 by a diverse group of concerned leaders from the world of business, finance, and civil society – including Paul Tudor Jones II, Deepak Chopra, Rinaldo Brutoco, Paul Scialla, and Arianna Huffington – to build a more just marketplace that better reflects the true priorities of the American people. The organization believes that if people have the right information, they will buy from, invest in, work for, and otherwise support companies that align with their values.

“America’s Most JUST Companies consistently outperform their peers in job creation, wages, work-life balance, environmental impact, and return on equity,” said Martin Whittaker, CEO of JUST Capital. “Aligning corporate behaviour with the priorities of the American people is good for communities and good for business.”

As a JUST company, FedEx is also included in Goldman Sachs Asset Management’s JUST US Large Cap Equity ETF – the first ever exchange-traded fund based on just business behaviour, constructed from JUST Capital’s rankings.

Compared to their peers in the Russell 1000, FedEx says companies in the JUST 100 on average pay their median workers 26 percent more, emit 35 percent less greenhouse gas emissions per dollar of revenue, give six times more to charity, and have a 5.0 percent higher return-on-equity.

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