FedEx connects China with the world’s commerce with international departures from Shanghai, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Beijing and Hong Kong. We connect China with India, the Middle East, North and South America, and Europe – which is still China’s second largest trading partner- and within Asia have recently extended pickup times in Malaysia, Vietnam, Korea, and Thailand.We connect China with Europe, which is still China’s second largest trading partner.
Yet there are still challenges when it comes to e-Commerce and SMEs, one of the biggest being the confusing and complex array of documents and paperwork required by hundreds of countries. A recent World Economic Forum report said if trading nations reduced supply chain barriers, such as inefficient customs procedures, just half way to best practices, GDP globally could increase nearly 5%.
Just as access to the global marketplace continues to evolve, so do we. It’s how we plan to be successful for another 40 years and beyond.
FedEx High Growth Markets
For European SMEs, the top three emerging market destinations over the next 12 months are China (18%), Brazil (12%) and India (10%)
Nearly six in ten SMEs say that they are in emerging markets to sell their goods and services, far ahead of those either manufacturing goods there (11%) or buying services (12%)
For more than 20 years, FedEx Express has been working with businesses as they navigate the complex challenges of an ever-increasingly global marketplace
FedEx is constantly expanding the reach of its global network to provide businesses of all sizes with greater access to high growth markets
E-Commerce: Power for the Next Generation
Fedex discusses the power of Ecommerce in business
By Raj Subramaniam, Executive Vice President, Marketing and Communications, FedEx Services
via E-Commerce: Power for the Next Generation – International Trade | New Business.
International Trade Course: This course is designed to provide the learners, and those operating within International Trade, an opportunity to broaden their understanding of global trade issues, and to gain a clear understanding of the processes and practicalities of International Trade.