Tracking FedEx Freight Delivering to the west and east cost

East Fedex freight TrackingFedEx Corporation (NYSE: FDX) was originally known as FDX Corporation. It is a logistics services company, based in the United States.
FedEx is a syllabic abbreviation of the company’s original air division, Federal Express that was used until 2000.

Information about the FedEx freight for east and west and the center manager service on ground is helpful for tracking jobs in this field.
Federal Express founded FedEx Corporation as FDX CORPORATION in 1971 with the acquisition of Caliber System Inc. With the purchase of Caliber, FedEx started offering additional services besides express shipping. Caliber subsidiaries included Roberts Express, an expedited, shipping provider; RPS, a small-package ground service; Viking Freight, a regional, less-than-truckload freight carrier that served the Western United States; Caribbean Transportation Services, a provider of airfreight forwarding between the United States and the Caribbean, Caliber Logistics and Caliber Technology, providers of logistics and technology solutions. To oversee all of the operations of those companies and its original air division, Federal Express, FDX Corporation was founded.
Change of name
FDX Corporation changed its name to FedEx Corporation and re-branded all of its subsidiaries in January 2000. Federal Express became FedEx Express, Roberts Express became FedEx Custom Critical, RPS became FedEx Ground and Caliber Logistics and Caliber Technology were combined to make up FedEx Global Logistics. A new subsidiary named, FedEx Corporate Services was formed to centralize the sales, marketing, and customer service for all of the subsidiaries.
FedEx acquired Tower Group International, an international logistics company in February 2000. FedEx also acquired WorldTariff, a customs duty and tax information company. TowerGroup and WorldTariff were rebranded to form FedEx Trade Networks.
In February 2004 FedEx Corp. acquired privately held Kinko’s Inc. and re-branded it FedEx Kinko’s. It made the acquisition to expand FedEx retail access to the general public. All FedEx Kinko’s locations exclusively offered only FedEx shipping after the acquisition.
FedEx acquired Parcel Direct, a parcel consolidator, and re-branded it FedEx SmartPost in September 2004.
The Internal Revenue Service of the United States ‘tentatively decided’ in December 2007 that FedEx Ground Division might be facing a tax liability of 9 million for 2002, due to misclassification of its operatives as independent contractors. Reversing a 1994 decision that allowed FedEx to classify its operatives that own their own vehicles, the IRS is auditing the years 2003 to 2006, with a view to assessing whether similar misclassification of operatives has taken place. That any irregularities in classification have taken place is denied by FedEx. However, it is facing legal action from operatives claiming benefits that would have accrued had they been classified as employees.
The Internal Revenue Service withdrew its tentative assessment of tax and penalties for the 2002 calendar year (9 million plus interest) against FedEx Ground Package System, Inc. (FedEx Ground) relating to classification of FedEx Ground’s owner-operators for federal employment tax purposes on October 22, 2008.
FedEx operating units
FedEx is organized into operating units. Each of these has its own version of the wordmark, designed by Lindon Leader of Landor Associates, in the year 1994. The Fed is always in purple and the Ex is in a different color for each division and gray for the overall corporation use. The original logo of “FedEx” had the Ex in orange.