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FedEx Cross Border expands business in US & Netherlands

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Oct '19
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FedEx Cross Border, a subsidiary of FedEx, has announced the expansion of its global e-commerce business to new locations in Saddle Brook, NJ, (US), Fontana, CA, (US), and Venlo (The Netherlands). FedEx, headquartered in the US, provides customers and businesses worldwide with a broad portfolio of transportation, e-commerce, and business services.

“The expansion enables FedEx Cross Border to help more merchants reach new customers in over 200 countries and territories around the world, increasing our ability to capture more of the growing global e-commerce market. We continue to invest in the transportation and technology solutions our customers want and expect, strengthening an already robust e-commerce portfolio. By providing post-click delivery options that balance speed and costs, and pre-click technology that can be used to develop effective online marketplaces and platforms, FedEx Cross Border is enabling online merchants to flourish in this thriving industry,” Carl Asmus, president & CEO, FedEx Cross Border said in a press release by the company.

The new locations give business-to-consumer merchants convenient and cost-effective transportation solutions to access shoppers globally. The benefits include flexible delivery options, end-to-end tracking, commercial and postal import clearance options and a portfolio of final mile delivery solutions. In addition to transportation, FedEx Cross Border offers technology solutions. In the US, this technology integrates payment methods, currency conversion, information related to regulatory compliance, and payment fraud protection – among other solutions – into websites and platforms.

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