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FedEx expands operational facility in Nanjing

Zafirah Salim | Jan. 29, 2016
The new station, which has increased handling capacity, aims to meet growing customer demand in Nanjing.

FedEx Express (FedEx), a subsidiary of FedEx Corp., has expanded and relocated its operations station in Nanjing, Jiangsu Province.

According to the company, the new station has increased handling capacity to meet the growing customer demand in Nanjing. It can effectively handle the pick-up and delivery of all domestic and international express shipments in the city.

Located in Shuanglong Avenue, Jiangning District, the new Nanjing station has an expanded office and warehouse area with a total of 106 employees and 52 FedEx vehicles. The facility's sorting capacity is now nearly two times greater than before. This means that up to 2,000 packages can be sorted per hour.

"Nanjing is one of the most important cities for the development of FedEx in China. This new and expanded facility will improve our operational capabilities and create greater access to the global market, which will strengthen Nanjing customers' competitive edge," said Jimmy Chen, vice president of Ground Operations, FedEx China.

"To support Nanjing's robust foreign trade and logistics industry, FedEx will continuously enhance its facilities and network to boost the construction of logistical infrastructure of Nanjing and surrounding areas through its fast and reliable international and domestic delivery services. FedEx will also support the rapid development of the logistics industry in Nanjing through continuous service improvements," he added.


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