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  • FedEx Express
  • FedEx Express* I worked at FedEx head office in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia since 2003 to 2007* I was a staff member in the Department of Personnel under the name of a personnel assistant * In 2007 I was Director of Personnel on behalf of the companys branch in the Western Region
  • Frederick W. Smith August 11, 1944 (1944-08-11) Born (age 65) Marks, Mississippi Nationality American Occupation Founder of FedEx Employer FedEx Salary $8.64 million Chairman, President and Title Chief executive officer
  • Estimated capital of the company and income yearly And the average daily volume1-estimated capital of the company at around $ 37.954 billion .2-income yearly is $ 98 million.3-The average daily volume approximately 3.4 million packages and 10 million pounds of freight.
  • The FedEx employeesthe employees in FedEx company more than 242.000 worldwide Service Area More than 220 countries and territories, including every address in the United States
  • FedEx is the largest cargo airline in the world Air Operations More than 375 airports served worldwide Air Fleet 654 aircraft, including: 54 Airbus A410-200/300s 71 Airbus A300-600s 56 Airbus A310-200/300s 13 ATR 72s 26 ATR 42s 79-77 Boeing 727-200s 1 Boeing DC10-10s 6-5 Boeing DC10-30s 57 -58Boeing MD10-10s 12-13 Boeing MD10-30s 57-59 Boeing MD11s 10 Cessna 208As 242 Cessna 208Bs 24-30 Boeing 757-200s
  • Delivery fleet Delivery Fleet More than 43,000 motorized vehicles Operating Facilities 1,083 stations (692 U.S.; 391 outside U.S.) and 10 air express hubs: Asia Pacific: Guangzhou, China Canada: Toronto, Ontario Europe/Middle East/Africa: Paris, France Latin America-Caribbean: Miami, Fla. United States: Anchorage, Alaska Fort Worth, Texas Indianapolis, Ind., ) Memphis, Tenn. (SuperHub) Newark, New Jersey Oakland, Calif. Dropoff Locations 724 FedEx World Service Centers 1,806 FedEx Kinko’s Office and Print Centers 6,455 FedEx Authorized ShipCenters® 44,204 FedEx Drop Boxes (including 4,985 US Postal Service locations)
  • FedEx has achieved many international awards.Recent Awards1-University of Michigan America Customer Satisfaction Index: Number One in CustomerSatisfaction, Express Delivery Industry (1998-2009).2-Black Enterprise Magazine: Top 40 Best Companies for Diversity (2007) .3-FORTUNE Magazine: 100 Best Places to Work For list (2006) .
  • FedEx Express
  • FedEx Express
  • Thank-youT. Fulvia Bublies DiCola By: Sultan dhaifallah AL-Otiabi