FedEx says it’s more worried; however, Amazon isn’t one of them.
There’s the China change deal, which appears to be moving towards favorable resolution; slow growth in Europe; difficulties in mixing TNT Express into FedEx’s global network on time and price range; and Britain’s deliberate departure from the European Union.
But what FedEx doesn’t appear to be involved approximately, except for a few phrases of high-quality print in current separation agreements with top executives, is Amazon as a direct competitor.
Instead, FedEx has centered on making its air shipment community, FedEx Express, more worthwhile through fleet upgrades and cost-slicing strategies while casting a much wider net for new growth opportunities to transport items across metro areas. Among the efforts are FedEx Freight Direct, a pilot program to deliver heavyweight gadgets, along with washers and dryers, from shops to consumers; FedEx Extra Hours, which alternatives up items from retailers after hours and gives you the following day within the metro marketplace; and an autonomous, in-metropolis shipping vehicle referred to as the FedEx SameDay Bot ththat’scheduled for testing starting this summertime in Memphis and the Dallas metro region. FedEx also transformed its home floor parcel community FedEx Ground to an everlasting six-day-a-week operation popping out of closing year transport season.