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FedEx Rolls Out Sustainability-Themed ‘50 Days of Caring’ To Celebrate Its 50th Birthday Across AMEA


FedEx Express (FedEx), one of the world’s largest express transportation companies, celebrated “50 days of Caring” by undertaking community service programs across the Asia Pacific, Middle East, and Africa (AMEA) region as part of a series of initiatives taking place during the countdown to the company’s 50th birthday on April 17th this year.


Over 1000 FedEx volunteers and their families across 22 AMEA markets including Australia, Abu Dhabi, Bahrain, Egypt, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Kenya, Korea, Kuwait, Malaysia, Mainland China, Nigeria, the Philippines, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Africa, Taiwan, Thailand, United Arab Emirates and Vietnam undertook a variety of community-based activities focusing on sustainability and environmental protection, education, welfare, and support for the underserved.


Some of the programs undertaken include beach clean-ups in Australia, Mainland China, and South Africa, to reduce waste and build cleaner coastal communities, giving old fabrics in Thailand, including FedEx retired uniforms in Indonesia a new life through upcycling programs, hosting educational seminars on eco-living and sustainable logistics education and meal distribution in India as part of Akshay Patra midday meal program, providing nutritious food to the underserved.


“At FedEx, we believe that a connected world is a better world. Over our first five decades, we’ve helped people and businesses thrive and that includes contributing our resources and our network wherever we can to make a positive difference,” said Kawal Preet, president of Asia Pacific, Middle East, and Africa (AMEA) region at FedEx Express.


“I’m incredibly proud to see the impact our team members have made in contributing to a Better World as part of our anniversary celebrations. What unites our team members is our drive to deliver the best results for our customers, our communities, and to build a more sustainable world. We are committed to creating a future that is as transformative as our first five decades have been.”

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