FedEx prepares for its busiest days in history of the company

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FedEx Express, the worlds largest express transportation company and a subsidiary of FedEx Corp, is gearing up for the busiest day across Europe, Middle...

FedEx Express, the world’s largest express transportation company and a subsidiary of FedEx Corp, is gearing up for the busiest day across Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) in the history of the company.

The busiest day for shipments for the courier and postal service going out from the region is expected to be 16 December.

FedEx expects to move more than 290 million shipments globally between Black Friday and Christmas Eve, an 8.8 percent increase in overall year-over-year peak seasonal volume. According to eMarketer’s forecasts, worldwide business-to-consumer (B2C) ecommerce sales will increase by 20.1 percent this year to reach $1.5 trillion.

David Binks, President of FedEx Express EMEA, said: “As our customers prepare for the holiday season, FedEx is on hand with a choice of express and deferred shipping options. Our team members are committed to ensuring our customers experience the same, exceptional service for their holiday shipping as they do any other day throughout the year.”

FedEx Express is the world's largest express transportation company, providing fast and reliable delivery to more than 220 countries and territories worldwide. FedEx Express uses a global air-and-ground network to speed delivery of time-sensitive shipments, by a definite time and date with a money-back guarantee.

For more information, visit news.fedex.com.

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