FedEx Corporation | Company Profile, Marketing Contacts, Media Spend, Brands
FedEx provides consumers and businesses a wide range of global mailing, business solutions and e-commerce services in more than 220 countries and territories in the global market. Headquartered in Memphis, TN, the company operates under four business segments: FedEx Express, FedEx Ground, FedEx Freight and FedEx Kinko's.
|Main Telephone||(901) 369-3600|
|Main Fax||(901) 434-6521|
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|Michael D.||Chief Operations Officer & President - FedEx Freight||TN|
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|Fred S.||Chairman, President & Chief Executive Officer - FedEx Corporation||TN|
|Robert C.||Co-Chief Executive Officer & Chief Information Officer||TN|
|Alan G.||Executive Vice President & Chief Financial Officer||TN|
|Rajesh S.||Executive Vice President & Chief Marketing & Communications Officer||TN|
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FedEx's Global Comm Corporate VP will leave company at the end of December
Bill Margaritis, corporate vice president of global communications and investor relations, will depart from FedEx on Dec. 31, the company announced during its Dec. 19.
The 16-year FedEx veteran (pictured right) is leaving the delivery services giant after taking a voluntary buyout package, according to a memo cited by. No replacement was named In the memo.
“The buyout offer was simply too compelling to turn down,” Margaritis told. “Another key factor was knowing that I am leaving behind a high performing team that is incredibly motivated and successful in its own right. A solid foundation is in place for the team to excel going forward as we have all the resources, technology systems and processes in place for them to excel going forward.”
He was responsible for the company’s communications efforts worldwide.
Before Margaritis joined FedEx in 1997, he was VP of London-based Bechtel International and held various positions with Occidental Petroleum
reported in August that FedEx would offer some U.S.-based employees voluntary buyouts, which it began doing earlier this month.
Margaritas told PRWeek that the buyout program and reorganization would affect FedEx’s marketing and communications unit, but it’s too early to say specifically how so.
The reorganization plan, unveiled in October, is aimed at creating $1.7 billion in profitability improvements by the end of fiscal 2016 through voluntary buyouts, updating and modernizing its air fleet, and reorganizing its express, ground and freight businesses.
FedEx, which competes with United Parcel Services (UPS), reported that profit for the ended Nov. 30 dropped 12 percent, compared with the year-ago period. The world’s largest international air shipping company cited Europe and Asia’s economy and customers moving away from premium-priced overnight delivery service for the decrease.
Recently, a new multimarket and advertising campaign called “FedEx. Solutions Powered by People.” The effort highlights how the dedication of FedEx team members worldwide keep business moving for small and large companies.
“We understand logistics is nothing without teamwork and this campaign aims to showcase the people whose enthusiasm and expertise powers our international networks, infrastructure, technology and processes,” Raj Subramaniam, SVP of global marketing, FedEx Services, in a release.
Print and online advertising began appearing pan-regionally and in local markets beginning in November. The campaign is also supported by a specialized presence on fedex.com
The campaign is designed to appeal especially to small and medium-size customers, according to a .
Omnicom’s has been the company’s PR AOR since 1994, according to The List.
Kantar Media reports that FedEx allocated $88.4 million towards measured media, down from $127.9 million.
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