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Fed Express

            FEDERAL EXPRESS Since 1971, time sensitive packages and letters have been delivered safely and punctually to anyone, anywhere in the world. Often times, the contents of these packages contain life saving materials. The company that makes efficient delivery possible is Federal Express. FedEx's guaranteed overnight delivery, or your money back offer, makes it a unique and highly trusted company. Many aspects go into making this company work like a well-oiled machine; including packaging, the variety of modes of transporting, and the ability to track the where abouts of the package from any place in the world. With these attributes nearly perfected, FedEx has truly "made the world small" (Kinney, 6-10). From its relatively humble beginnings in 1971, to its current world dominance; what makes FedEx such a well-oiled machine? HISTORY This year marks the 28th anniversary of the founding of Federal Express. These have been 28 remarkable years that have transformed the way the world d!.
             oes business. From their early Falcon flying days operating in a few U.S. cities, to the global express powerhouse they are today, they have remained dedicated and committed to providing their customers the best possible service possible. FedEx began operating in 1971, and is now the world's largest express transportation company. The founder of this company is Fred Smith, currently the President and CEO of FedEx. FedEx was founded with the goal to move packages. Fred Smith's idea was different, his new company had an amazingly fresh concept - to devote a fleet of jets to overnight delivery. Smith came from a long line of transportation entrepreneurs and learned to fly at the young age of 15. In 1969, he purchased Arkansas Aviation with the goal of doing something more than merely selling aircraft, as had been the business's sole purpose in the past. As a political science and economics major at Yale, Smith had done extensive research on challenges facing pioneering firms in the information-technology industry.

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