FedEx | Sustainable Logistics

FedEx | Sustainable Logistics

Connecting the world responsibly and resourcefully.

Sustainable logistics is a health, safety, environmental and economic issue, particularly in developing countries. That’s why we work closely with the World Resources Institute to help city planners, engineers and others around the world improve mobility within cities. Our aim is to bring residents better access to jobs, schools and the community, while reducing congestion and pollution.

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Content from this campaign

Change a Light Bulb. Make a Difference.
Read a recent interview with Don Colvin, U.S. VP of facilities at FedEx Express, and hear what it takes to sustainably manage 52 million square feet of space. 
Oct 24, 2013 10:30 AM ET
FedEx Chairman, President and CEO Addresses Energy Security on CNBC
October 16 2013 Today, FedEx Chairman, President and CEO Frederick W. Smith appeared on CNBC’s Squawkbox ahead of his keynote address at “OPEC +40: A National Summit on Energy Security,” hosted by Securing America’s Energy Future (SAFE) in Washington, DC. “When we set up the Energy Security Leadership Council, this group of retired four-star admirals, generals and CEOs of oil-...
Oct 17, 2013 4:00 PM ET
2013 “Social Heroes” from Germany – How Students Won Global Acclaim for Groundbreaking CSR Work
The idea arose in 2004 after a party we had thrown. And unlike so many other ideas that are born after a party (or during it), this one actually became reality. It all started when one of us raised the question of why we actually return empty bottles to the supermarket. To get a refund for the deposit (in Germany the deposit system is quite big) or just to get rid of...
Aug 29, 2013 1:00 PM ET
From Fuel Supply to FuelSense
You never know where some things will lead. As an Army Captain, I had the fortune to command a supply company that included a fuel supply platoon with the responsibility to refuel the 3rd Armored Division in central Germany. These refueling operations were very static, dispensing fuel from large bladders which required units to congregate many tracked and wheeled vehicles at fuel depots...
Jul 3, 2013 9:30 AM ET
Coffee Break: FedEx Adds to Growing Green Feet
The Memphis market figures prominently in FedEx Corp. testing of different electric vehicle types and mass replacement of conventional vehicles with clean diesel Sprinter vans. Two conventional pickup and delivery trucks are being converted to all-electric powertrains and will be put in service by FedEx Express in Memphis later this summer. ...
Jun 25, 2013 4:15 PM ET