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FedEx has achieved many milestones in its 50-year journey as well as shaped how the world does business. It continues to apply advanced technology and data-driven insights to create greater value for its customers while fostering possibilities for the communities and the planet.
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Digitalization in logistics is driving business agility and competitiveness in an ever-changing environment. Businesses need to stay ahead of new trends to succeed.
From real-time data to using artificial intelligence to predict problems, our digital technologies help to streamline the process of moving medical supplies and healthcare products.
50 years ago on April 17, 1973, FedEx began operations in Memphis, Tennessee. Time definite express delivery services transformed how business is conducted internationally. It also opened up new possibilities for economic development for communities around the world.
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From AI bots to autonomous vehicles, our tech-driven future will be filled with innovations that can transform how small businesses operate and grow.
One pioneering Filipino entrepreneur is using AI to revolutionize the Philippine labor market – bridging the gap between SMEs and job-seekers.
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