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FedEx Freight invests in CNG fleet, fueling station

...illion gasoline gallon equivalents per year. ...equivalents per year. ... fueling the fleet through two different methods, FedEx Freight, a provider of LTL freight serv Read More...

FedEx orders Tesla Semi electric trucks

...l gas, hybrids and clean truck technologies. ...d to begin production in 2019 will be operated by FedEx Freight, its less-than-truckload unit."FedEx...d by FedEx Freight, its less-than-truckload unit."FedEx has a long history of innovation and incorpo Read More...

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FedEx plans solar panels for distribution center a subsidiary of Memphis-based FedEx Corp. ...e Energy to add a photovoltaic solar array to the FedEx roof at a cost of almost $1.51 million. Whil...dEx roof at a cost of almost $1.51 million. While FedEx Ground does not discuss project specifics un Read More...

FedEx reports progress on reducing, replacing, revolutionizing

...waiting production of more efficient replacements....said Mitch Jackson, chief sustainability officer, FedEx Corp. “We constantly strive to be a be...d.”In a statement, the company said, “FedEx has made great strides in reducing its carbo Read More...

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FedEx expands EV charging infrastructure

... be maintained and supported by Ryder System, Inc....d each day across the new charging network.“FedEx is thrilled to continue being a pioneering i...o; Mitch Jackson, chief sustainability officer at FedEx Corp., said in a statement “The vehicl Read More...

FedEx cuts emissions intensity 40% with fuel saving strategies

...bal scale during these unprecedented times.”... of CO2e emissions.Additionally, in the last year FedEx Express and Boeing completed testing on a ne...0%. In other transportation-related efforts, FedEx announced in early 2020 that they have start Read More...

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GM launches BrightDrop business to electrify delivery and services

...Drop will initially serve customers in the U.S. and Canada. FedEx Express will be the first customer of the new, integrated solution. Read More...

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