FedEx Express launches service in Iraq
Federal Express transportation company has added Iraq to its global network. FedEx Express is the first to offer door-to-door pick up and delivery for shipments in and out of the cities of Baghdad, Basra and Mosul.
FedEx Express services in Iraq will be operated by Global Service Participant (GSP) Falcon Express. The company has experience operating in the Middle East and currently provides delivery services for FedEx Express in Jordan, Lebanon, Qatar, Syria and Yemen.
With annual revenues of $22 billion, FedEx offers integrated business solutions through a network of subsidiaries operating independently. Falcon Express is a privately held British Virgin Islands company with interests in providing logistics solutions including air, sea and land freight, warehousing and supply chain management. — (menareport.com)
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