verb (used with object)
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To prepare for an onslaught of commercial shipment, the next-gen vehicles will have a walkthrough cargo space that rivals that of UPS, FedEx, and Amazon Prime trucks.5 things you have to know about the new USPS trucks|Purbita Saha|February 26, 2021|Popular Science
Even with the benefit of in-store returns, Walmart has introduced free pick-ups from FedEx, even beyond returns season.“Covid was a huge catalyst”: Brands look to maintain improvements in returns process|Erika Wheless|January 19, 2021|Digiday
A FedEx driver who quit his job out of concern for his mother’s health.Struggling renters face avalanche of evictions without federal aid|Jonathan O'Connell, Anu Narayanswamy|December 25, 2020|Washington Post
Centerpoint Energy and FedEx are the brand voice heroes here with their main brand search completely answered with their own content from one domain.Brand reputation and the impact of Google SERP selections|JR Oakes|December 23, 2020|Search Engine Land
FedEx wasn’t her first warehouse job, but she vows it will be her last.A Temp Worker Died on the Job After FedEx Didn’t Fix a Known Hazard. The Fine: $7,000.|by Wendi C. Thomas, MLK50: Justice Through Journalism|December 23, 2020|ProPublica
In 2004, the DEA estimated that FedEx had 200 registered online pharmacies.
Instead of targeting the companies, FedEx re-structured the delivery plan, according to investigators.
Then, with the help of FedEx, the fulfillment pharmacies would deliver the pills nationwide.
Into the bargain, FedEx would save itself—and cost the Redskins—something on the order of $75 million over a decade.
It seems to me, decent and like-minded citizens who are leading this fight, that your next target is FedEx.