FedEx Office unveils 2,000th location as it continues expansion

By Sean Galea-Pace
The US-based company, FedEx Office, has unveiled its 2,000th location as it continues to grow its ever-expanding footprint, according to Commercial Appe...

The US-based company, FedEx Office, has unveiled its 2,000th location as it continues to grow its ever-expanding footprint, according to Commercial Appeal.

Following the news in March 2018 that FedEx Office and Walmart formed a collaboration which would see 500 locations open Walmart stores during the next two years. Subsequently, the two firms tested the partnership through a pilot programme at 47 Walmarts.

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The store in Chesapeake, Virginia is the 150th store in a Walmart, per FedEx.

In a statement, Brian Phillips, CEO of FedEx Office, said: “Our 2,000 stores represent an unmatched nationwide network for both shipping and printing. We’re continually investing in new ways to make e-commerce easy for customers and retailers alike. We also continue to enhance our network’s printing capabilities, which include advanced colour management technology that ensures the accuracy and consistency of materials printed at any location nationwide.”

Walmart isn’t the only company with an alliance with FedEx, packages from the chain store can also be picked up or dropped off at around 8,000 Walgreens locations.

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