Local businesses in Cebu can now ship all 9 classes of dangerous goods to boost export businesses
FedEx Express Philippines enables local customers in Cebu to conveniently ship dangerous goods to overseas markets
MANILA, Philippines — FedEx Express, a subsidiary of FedEx Corp. (NYSE: FDX) and one of the world’s largest express transportation companies, recently launched its one-stop shop logistics solutions for dangerous goods for local businesses in Cebu. Customers can now enjoy greater convenience in shipping over 2,200 types of dangerous goods from class 1 to 9 such as paints, perfumes, bleaches and electronic devices with lithium batteries to overseas markets.
Dangerous Goods are items or substances that may pose health, safety, or environmental hazards if not handled carefully. Through FedEx expertise, dangerous goods are safely packed, marked, labelled and appropriately documented, meticulously handled and shipped by trained personnel to ensure they arrive safely at their destination.
“This suite of services gives businesses enhanced capabilities to expand their portfolio and meet the growing demands of their customers. We hope to open up more possibilities for local businesses to tap into global trade opportunities, as well as contribute towards Cebu’s continuous growth, as one of the country’s key economic and tourism hotspots,” said Maribeth Espinosa, Managing Director, FedEx Express Philippines.
Consistent with its commitment to support the growth of local businesses, FedEx continues to launch innovative service offerings to serve the needs of Philippine businesses of all sizes. Some of these innovations include Application Programming Interface solutions, which enables e-tailers to integrate FedEx shipping services into their storefronts, FedEx Delivery Manager delivery notifications and personalized options are now available to customers via Whatsapp, and with the recent relaunch of International Economy services, day-define transit time is now available for Philippine businesses with less urgent shipments, providing them with a more flexible connection to 170 markets.
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