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Update Time:2021-11-10
During the epidemic, the advantages of cross-border e-commerce have further emerged. China’s series of measures to support the development of cross-border e-commerce have stimulated market vitality. Cross-border e-commerce has become China’s new foreign trade business with the fastest growth, the greatest potential, and the strongest leadership. .
Strengthen the connection between China and the Asia-Pacific and European markets
A new route is added from the FedEx Asia-Pacific Transit Center in Guangzhou, China to the FedEx Charles De Gaulle Airport Transit Center in Paris, France. The return journey will stop at Kansai International Airport in Osaka, Japan four days a week, and it will stop at Singapore Changi Airport one day a week. , Adding a total of 10 flights to and from Europe every week for customers in China and the Asia-Pacific region.
Support the growing export demand from the U.S. in the Asia-Pacific region
Benefiting from strong export demand from major trading partners, the economies of China, the United States and major Asian economies have begun to pick up. Another trans-Pacific route newly opened by FedEx operates five days a week. Flights departing from Taipei stop in Hong Kong and Anchorage, to Indianapolis, and return to Taipei after stopping in Anchorage. This route enhances the cargo capacity between the Asia-Pacific and North American markets, and further accelerates the trade between major logistics centers in Asia and the United States.
Widebody fleet makes FedEx
Almost doubled the capacity of the Southeast Asian market
In addition to the new intercontinental routes, FedEx has also replaced the Boeing 757 narrow-body freighter with the Boeing 767 wide-body freighter by renewing its own fleet to enhance the capacity of the regional aviation network in Asia. Relying on FedEx’s existing operational strength, the 767 Freighter can provide a maximum payload capacity of close to 60,000 kg while improving fuel efficiency by 38%. This has almost doubled FedEx’s freight capacity to regional markets in Asia, including Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand and the Philippines, and supports Chinese customers in efficiently seizing business opportunities in the Southeast Asian market.