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FedEx taps into inland cities

FEDEX Express has upgraded its customer service center in central China's Wuhan City in another step to tap into inland cities as it eyes the potential demand spurred by China's stimulus package.

"We upgraded the service as an important measure to develop business in second-tier and third-tier cities, and we plan to expand the network to cover more cities ahead of the recovery in demand," Eddy Chan, president of FedEx China, said yesterday in Wuhan, capital of Hubei Province.

Chan is confident the Chinese economy will recover ahead of many other countries. "We have seen a better performance of our business this month compared with the first five months of this year, and the trend keeps pace with the country's exports," he said.

In February FedEx opened its new Asia-Pacific hub, which is capable of handling 24,000 packages an hour and 136 flights each week, in south China's Guangzhou City.


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