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FedEx 023 Normal Yes 23 Jun 2022

23 Jun 22

FedEx Corp. will soon bolster the power of its e-commerce services by offering Picture Proof of Delivery for express and ground residential deliveries in the U.S. and Canada that are released without a signature. Customers will receive a photo showing the exact location of their package once it’s delivered to their doorstep, by simply tracking their package.
For more details, visit: https://newsroom.fedex.com/newsroom/fedex-to-launch-picture-proof-of-delivery-in-time-for-busy-holiday-shipping-season/

30 May 22

Given the improving situation in Shanghai, China, effective Monday, May 30th, all FedEx services into Shanghai (PVG) Airport have been restored.
Pickups for previously paused International Priority Freight (IPF) and International Economy Freight (IEF) will resume Monday, May 30th, except in the U.S., where pickups will resume May 31st due to the Memorial Day holiday.

All TNT Services continue to be suspended until further notice.

22 Nov 21

FedEx shutters Hong Kong pilot base over COVID restrictions

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