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FedEx® Quick Form Improves Shipping Convenience in NZ

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FedEx® Quick Form Improves Shipping Convenience in New Zealand

New online tool makes processing shipments easier than ever before

New Zealand, March 5, 2014 — FedEx Express (FedEx), a subsidiary of FedEx Corp. (NYSE: FDX) and one of the world’s largest express transportation companies, introduced FedEx Quick Form in New Zealand providing customers with greater convenience when processing shipments. The tool is also available in Australia, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, New Zealand, the Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam.

FedEx Quick Form is an easy-to-master online tool that allows customers to generate a shipping label in just a few clicks. Customers can save previous shipping information as a profile for subsequent shipments, speeding up repetitive Air Waybill preparation. Compared with handwritten Air Waybills, FedEx Quick Form improves accuracy and efficiency of data entry.

“With our culture of technological innovation, FedEx continues to deliver significant business value to our customers, especially to small to medium sized enterprises (SMEs) which makes up 90% of businesses in Asia,” said Kim Garner., managing director, FedEx Express Australasia. “FedEx Quick Form makes shipping easy and intuitive, and improves the productivity of SMEs. We are committed to provide better, faster, and more efficient services that streamline processes for SMEs so they can focus on business opportunities.”

Customers can download the FedEx Quick Form at www.fedex.com/nz/quickform and can register as users using a combination of their FedEx account numbers and basic information. Once the shipping information has been saved, it can be reused for future consignments. Through the system, shipment labels can be printed directly from a computer to affix to each shipment. FedEx Quick Form further enhances FedEx commitment in bringing better, faster, and more efficient services to customers. It helps improve the efficiency of SMEs and makes it quicker than ever for them to engage in businesses.

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