Stable, resilient supply chains stand the test of time. A transformative and sustainable approach is required to ensure longevity.
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.
Driving towards our goal of achieving carbon neutral operations by 2040, we’ve been busy testing and deploying zero-emission electric vehicles in some of the busiest cities in Asia Pacific, the Middle East and Africa.
The logistics sector plays a pivotal role in leading us to a greener future. Businesses must contribute by adopting sustainable practices.
We are committed to making our operations more sustainable – and our goal of net zero by 2040 outpaces the Paris Climate Agreement by a decade.
Sustainable supply chains and responsible operations are essential for small businesses to win over climate-conscious customers – and make a positive impact on the future of our planet.
FedEx President and CEO-elect Raj Subramaniam spoke with The Economic Times Senior Editor Vinod Mahanta on why environmental social governance (ESG) needs to be at the forefront of corporate strategy for both India and global businesses.
We’ve collaborated with non-profits to reach over 10 million people – offering sustainable, safe, and innovative global transportation solutions.