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|FedEx Divisions Explained
FedEx Express: This division handles over 6,000,000 (six million) air shipments a day to businesses and residences throughout the world by operating the largest freight airline and a network of delivery vehicles. FedEx uses employees for this division. FedEx also provides the trucks, equipment, uniforms, vehicle fuel and facilities for the employees. This division is non union except for the airplane pilots.
FedEx Ground: Formerly known as RPS (Roadway Package System), this division delivers packages exclusively through a ground trucking network to businesses and residences throughout the United States. FedEx uses contractors for delivery who provide their own trucks, equipment, vehicle fuel, insurance and uniforms under the FedEx brand.
FedEx Home Delivery: This division started out delivering packages to residences but has since expanded to include deliveries to businesses using contractors who provide their own trucks, equipment, vehicle fuel, insurance and uniforms under the FedEx brand.
FedEx Kinko's: Kinko's (Keyway Inc.) was bought by FedEx in 2004 for $2.4 billion and operates more than 1,500 service centers with aproximately 22,000 employees and sales of over $2,066 million (2005).
FedEx Custom Critical: Non-stop, time-specific, door-to-door critical shipment delivery throughout the U.S. and Canada and within Europe. The custom critical fleet is made up entirely of owner operators who provide their own vehicles. FedEx Custom Critical is made up of the following divisions: Surface Expedite is exclusive-use nonstop, door-to-door delivery of critical freight. Air Expedite
is an array of expedited air solutions. White Glove Service
is for shipments requiring special care in handling, such as air-ride equipment or temperature control.
FedEx Freight: A provider of regional next-day and second-day and interregional LTL freight services. Its business segment reported annual revenues of $3.2 billion in the last fiscal year - FY05. Often handles bulk and shipments that weigh more than 150 lbs. Freight shipments are handled by employees either paid hourly or by the mile for linehaul.
Linehaul drivers drive only about 10 or so hours round trip. Mileage is paid but they also get some hourly pay for dropping and hooking, fueling and doing logs, etc.. A drop and hook run (with return) in under 11 hours could earn $80,000 yearly if it can be done 5 times a week 52 weeks a year although the driver may not be able to do it 5 times a week with the Department of Transportation (DOT) rules.
* FedEx Freight East: Formerly American Freightways.
* FedEx Freight West: Formerly Viking Freight.
* FedEx National LTL: Formerly Watkins Motor Lines.
* FedEx Freight Canada: Formerly Watkins Canada Express.
* Caribbean Transport Services (information needed).
FedEx Trade Networks: Provides a full range of international support services including customs clearance, freight forwarding, Trade & Customs Advisory Services (TCAS), trade technology solutions including full-service customs brokerage, global ocean and air cargo distribution. We are not sure if FedEx uses employees or contractors for this division.
FedEx Supply Chain Services: Supply chain management is the efficient and effective movement of goods and information from supplier to manufacturer to the end user. We are not sure if FedEx uses employees or contractors for this division.
FedEx Services: In June 2000 FedEx Services was created to provide information technology, sales and marketing support for FedEx subsidiaries FedEx Express and FedEx Ground. Today FedEx Services coordinates sales, marketing and technology support for the global FedEx brand including the data management and networking expertise behind the package tracking capabilities for FedEx Express, FedEx Ground and FedEx Freight. Customer Service was also recently added to the group.
FedEx SmartPost: Consolidates parcels, formerly the independent company Parcel Direct.
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|Federal Express Corporation Executives
Frederick W. (Fred) Smith
Chairman, President, and CEO
Alan B. Graf Jr.
EVP and CFO
T. Michael Glenn
David J. Bronczek
President and CEO, Federal Express Corporation
David F. Rebholz
EVP Operations and Systems Support, Federal Express Corporation
SVP and CFO, Federal Express Corporation
John G. (Jack) Pickard
President and CEO, FedEx Custom Critical, Inc.
VP Sales, FedEx Custom Critical, Inc.
Joel N. Childs
VP Marketing, FedEx Custom Critical, Inc.
Douglas G. Duncan
President and CEO, FedEx Freight Corporation
Patrick L. (Pat) Reed
EVP and COO, FedEx Freight Corporation
Donald C. (Don) Brown
SVP and CFO, FedEx Freight Corporation
Larry C. Miller
President and CEO, FedEx Freight East, Inc.
Frank L. Conner
VP, Accounting and Finance, FedEx Freight East, Inc.
VP, Accounting and Physical Assets, FedEx Freight East, Inc.
President and CEO, FedEx Freight West, Inc.
VP Finance and Administration, FedEx Freight West, Inc.
VP Information Technology, FedEx Freight West, Inc.
Daniel J. Sullivan
President and CEO, FedEx Ground Package System, Inc.
Rodger G. Marticke
EVP and COO, FedEx Ground Package System, Inc.
Bram B. Johnson
EVP, FedEx Ground Package System, Inc.
President and CEO, FedEx Smart Post
VP Operations, FedEx SmartPost
VP Sales, FedEx SmartPost
Gary M. Kusin
President and CEO, FedEx Kinko's Office and Print Services, Inc.
CFO, FedEx Kinko's Office and Print Services, Inc.
Kenneth (Ken) May
EVP and COO, FedEx Kinko's Office and Print Services, Inc.
G. Edmond (Ed) Clark
President and CEO, FedEx Trade Networks, Inc.
Gerald P. Leary
President and CEO, FedEx Trade Networks Transport & Brokerage, Inc.
Penelope W. Register
SVP and General Counsel, FedEx Trade Networks Transport & Brokerage, Inc.
Source: Hoovers.com and company web sites from 2006.
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