Express companies expand facilities, seek missions that add to original purpose
New facilities in North America for global freight and package delivery companies are providing fresh evidence of growth as different directions in the $55-billion sector are emerging. In the last week, DHL opened regional sort centers in Denver and Salt Lake City, two of seven facilities slated for start-up in the next two months as part of a $1.2-billion investment program. FedEx set up service centers in Aurora, Ill., and Fremont, Ind., and UPS in Louisville, Ky., was preparing for a ...
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